Larry Jenkins, 'Edtv' and 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Actor, Dies At Age 63

Updated On 27 Apr, 2019 Published On

Larry "Flash" Jenkins, the veteran actor known for his appearance as a husband in Edtv and a valet driver in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, has died.

According to The Blast reports, the actor passed away 'suddenly' on Thursday, April 25. As for the cause of death, the website reported that he died of a heart attack.

Born in 1955 in Long Island, New York, Larry began his acting career in the 1978 TV movie Crisis in the Valley.

He then appeared in numerous series, including The White Shadow, M.A.S.H., Finder of Lost Loves, Ben City Blues and many more.

Larry was also a producer and director whose credits include Marriage Vows and House of Grace.

He also operated two of his own production companies; Gold Coast Productions and Flashworks Productions.

Larry was working on a film project for the last year and it was nearing production, according to Spectrum Global Agency.

He is survived by his son, Jeffrey.

Rest In Peace Larry Jenkins!

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