Comic Brody Stevens has died in what seems to have been a suicide, Fox Information has discovered.
The LAPD confirmed on Friday that the funnyman was discovered hanging in his dwelling round 1 p.m. and the dying is being investigated as a suicide by hanging.
Stevens was an everyday across the native comedy scene in Los Angeles in addition to Montreal and Vancouver Comedy Festivals. He additionally earned performing credit in “The Hangover,” “Due Date” and “The Hangover Half II.” Stevens additionally co-created the Comedy Central sequence “Brody Stevens: Get pleasure from It!” with fellow comic and shut pal Zach Galifianakis.
Up till his dying, Stevens had been very vocal about his ongoing battle with melancholy and was reportedly hospitalized in 2011 after a bipolar episode, in keeping with TMZ.
Upon studying of Stevens’ passing, many in Hollywood shared their condolences through social media.
“No one made me giggle tougher than Brody Stevens and seems no person could make me cry tougher both. You might be my household,” Whitney Cummings wrote on Twitter.
Comic and actor Bob Saget echoed Cummings’ sentiments tweeting, “Brody Stevens ~ Such a humorous man. Such a superb man. We want you and your comedy. My coronary heart goes out to his household and mates. Cherished Brody. Relaxation In Peace sort soul.”
Reps for Stevens issued an announcement to Fox Information on Friday night, saying; “Brody was an inspiring voice who was a buddy to many within the comedy neighborhood. He pushed artistic boundaries and his ardour for his work and his love of baseball have been contagious. He was beloved by many and might be significantly missed. We respectfully ask for privateness presently.”