Ricky Harris, who brought giggling to numerous throughout the years, has passed away.
The humorist, maker and performer had a repeating part in Chris Rock’s ‘Everyone Hates Chris’ sitcom and voiced a few characters that showed up in Hip Hop collections. As per his supervisor, he passed on yesterday, Monday, December 26, 2016. He was 54.
On ‘Everyone Hates Chris’ he played Malvo from 2006 to 2008.
He was likewise famously known for his part in the motion picture “Dope” and most as of late finished recording ‘Check Point’ assuming the part of Kenny. ‘Check Point’ is slated for discharge one year from now.
A cause was not promptly accessible but rather Harris’ director, Cindy Ambers, said the entertainer endured a heart assault two years back, as per the Los Angeles Times.
The child of an evangelist, Harris experienced childhood in Long Beach alongside youth companion and rapper Snoop Dogg. The two sang in their congregation choir.
Harris’ first motion picture part was in the 1993 show “Beautiful Justice,” featuring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur. He was likewise known for voicing characters that show up in Hip Hop collections, including a few by Snoop Dogg.
Harris is made due by his mom, his ex and two girls.
Numerous companions including kindred entertainers, makers and specialists are paying tribute and expanding their sympathies via web-based networking media including Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Comedian Sinbad.
Source: The Tropixs