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Teddy Ray, a comedian, died on Friday, August 12, 2022, at the age of 32. He was known for his collaborations with Katt Williams and Russell Simmons, whose content was loved by the general public. The cause of death of the 32-year-old is not yet known. Comedy Central paid tribute to him, describing him as a “hilarious and beloved performer.” Hoorae Media, a media production company, stated that they would be grateful for the energy Ray brought into their projects and sets.

Prior to Ray, another comedian, Jak Knight, died at the age of 28. Knight’s body was discovered on an embankment in Los Angeles. After his stand-up shows and appearances on the Peacock show, Bust Down, the comedian rose to fame as a comedy writer.

The Death of Teddy Ray

Teddy Ray’s death was a huge blow to the entertainment industry. However, his cause of death is unknown. At the same time, unconfirmed sources claim that the comedian went into cardiac arrest. More information on the subject is awaited. His relatives have not yet commented and given his age, he is believed to have died due to illness or natural causes. Since the comedian does not have a Wikipedia page, no detailed information has been released about his previous health problems.

Although he has an Instagram page, it doesn’t contain much detail about his personal life. His most recent Instagram post was a week ago, with the caption:

“Lord, thank you for one more lap around this hot ** sun as I pull on 32-ish.”

Teddy Ray’s career as a comedian

Teddy Ray was a well-known actor, comedian and internet personality who rose to prominence after appearing on Russell Simmons’ comedy platform, All Def Digital. His work on All Def Digital made him a crowd favorite and also helped the YouTube channel gain subscribers. He hosted his first TV special on BET and performed during his first two years as a comedian at the Comedy Central Colossal Clusterfest. He was known for his roles in such films as Funny Fat Guy, Hot to Be Broke and Scroll Wheel of Time.

Teddy Ray

He was born in West LA and grew up in Pico, according to his Twitter account. He promoted himself on his official Facebook page, where he advertised his comedy shows in Los Angeles.

Twitter users pay tribute

Ray became known as a comedian over the years. As word of his death spread, Twitter was flooded with tribute.


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