Brody Stevens, a renowned comedian in the L.A. comedy community, died on Friday, February 22. He was 48.
His representative confirmed his death to The Hollywood Reporter.
As for the cause of death, according to The Blast, who received a 911 call to his home, the comic actor passed away from an apparent suicide.
Brody portrayed Officer Foltz in the comedy, The Hangover, in 2009 and played Kingsley Guy in The Hangover Part II in 2011. His appearance in the mystery farce film was his last feature-length film.
Brody had also been featured in television shows like The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Chelsea Lately.
He appeared in short films Near Fall and Alone Together in 2015.
Oswald tweeted, "If you are depressed or feeling suicidal please please please please please reach out to ANYONE."
Here're the tribute posts, check them out.
This is how I want to think about Brody Stevens. Having fun and making the best of impossible situations. Which he did ALL THE TIME. https://t.co/CKhlIGz67L— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) February 22, 2019
If you are depressed or feeling suicidal please please please please please reach out to ANYONE. I never get to see Brody Stevens again I can’t stand this. #RIPBrodyStevens #818ForLife pic.twitter.com/n1jQhXdOIz— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) February 22, 2019
#RIPBrodyStevens he was so funny and weird and vulnerable and wild and kind. Every time he was onstage it was an adventure. Here’s some comics talking about what made him so special. https://t.co/wbUNaZgJ2f— nick kroll (@nickkroll) February 22, 2019
Thank you Brody for sharing your Comedy and positive energy with us for so many years. You made late nights so much fun, pushing boundaries, being different, and never doing the same show twice. Joke writing, crowd work, drums, baseball. We love you forever Brody. #brodystevens pic.twitter.com/IYvo0wmWrt— The Comedy Store (@TheComedyStore) February 22, 2019
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Beautiful @brodyismefriend left us today. He was the funniest. He felt things intensely. High highs and low lows. Meds worked but felt like a heavy blanket. Squelched. Life itself was a struggle for him. I wish he stayed. I wish he called someone- anyone. Brody you are so loved.
A memorial service for the late stand-up comedian will be announced in the coming days. Rest In Peace Brody Stevens!
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