Ricarlo Flanagan, actor, rapper and comedian, died at the age of 41 on Saturday in The Last Comic.
His agent, KMR Talent Stu Golfman, confirmed that Flanagan died a few weeks after signing a contract with COVID-19. However, the cause of death has not been officially disclosed.
“Ricarlo was one of the best people I’ve ever met and I enjoyed working. He will be very much missed,” Golfman added.
Less than two weeks ago, Flanagan released his unconfirmed message Twitter account it’s “not a covid joke”.
“I don’t want this on anyone,” Flanagan added in a tweet.
Colleagues paid tribute to Flanagan on social media.
“Ricarlo Flanagan was one of the kindest people I knew. I knew it in the past,” the comedian and YouTuber said. Written by Steve Hofstetter. “Please take it seriously. Please get vaccinated. Wear a mask. It’s not about ‘freedom.’ It’s about not wanting to lose people.”
“It’s really, really sad,” the stand-up comic wrote in a photo with Jeff Horste Flanagan. “One of the most sincere, supportive, and funny people I know. Life isn’t fair. Tell your friends you love them.”
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Flanagan began practicing comedy after graduating from college in 2007, which resulted in him moving to Los Angeles and becoming a life-changing place in Season 9 of The Last Comic.
He appeared in the semifinals of the reality series in 2015, after which he played Davey in Disney Channel’s “Walk the Prank,” a replay of Showtime’s “Shameless,” and HBO’s “Safe” and CBS. sitcom “Mahalla”.
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In addition to stand-up and acting, Flanagan was also a rapper who performed under the name Father Flanagan. He dropped his debut album, Death of Davinci, in 2010 and recently released the song “Hope Your Proud” in 2020.