Ricarlo Flanagan, the ninth season finale of “Last Funny Draw” and actor of “Shameless,” has died. He was 40 years old.
Flanagan’s agent confirmed that his term had expired, but did not give a cause of death.
“Ricarlo was one of the best people I met in my life and I was happy to work. He will miss me so much,” said KMR Talent Stu Golfman.
Earlier this month, the comedian wrote about being diagnosed with a coronavirus and some severe symptoms of COVID-19.
“It’s not a joke. I don’t want that for anyone.” he wrote.
In response to the report, he spoke of chest pains while discussing NBA star Kayri Irving, who refused to be vaccinated.
“Yeah, tell Kiri to take this chest pain and see how she feels.” he wrote.
His family in Cleveland, Ohio, launched GoFundMe, and he wrote that he “died suddenly and was sadly away from his family.”
Flanagan is best known for his role in The Last Comics in 2015, and released his debut comedy album, Man Law, two years ago. She has starred in recurring roles on Showtime’s hit show “Shameless” and on Disney +’s “Walk in the Prank”.
According to the latest information, Flanagan wanted to star in Peacock’s comedy series “Bust Down” and “Emily the Criminal” along with Aubrey Plaza and Theo Rossi.
He also began his rapping career under the pseudonym “Father Flanagn” and his fourth album “Both Sides of the Brain” is scheduled to be released on Tuesday.