Leslie Jordan, the beloved actor and comedian has died.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Jordan was driving in Hollywood Monday morning when it’s suspected he suffered some sort of medical emergency and crashed his BMW into the side of a building.
Leslie was famous for his work on popular TV shows like “Will & Grace,” “Hearts Afire,” “The Cool Kids,” “Call Me Kat” and “American Horror Story.”
LJ became a social media sensation during the pandemic, with his silly video posts helping him skyrocket from about 80,000 Instagram followers to a whopping 5.8 million. He told us on “TMZ Live” his secret was just being himself — a silly, funny, goofy, happy-go-lucky senior citizen.
Following his viral pandemic fame, Leslie appeared on CNN’s New Year’s Eve 2021 countdown, ringing in 2022 with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen.
Leslie also acted in movies, including … “The Help” and “Ski Patrol” and he made guest appearances in tons of TV shows like “Murphy Brown,” “Ugly Betty,” and “Boston Public.”
In his last post on social media, Jordan posted a video singing a hymn with musician Danny Myrick.
“Danny helped out with a new song comin’ real soon,” the actor and comedian wrote on Sunday, before adding his usual sign off, “Love. Light. Leslie.”
Leslie was 67.