According to reports, Leslie Jordan, an actor most known for his work on “Will and Grace,” perished in a horrific vehicle accident on Monday.
At Cahuenga Boulevard and Romaine Street in Hollywood, Leslie Jordan, 67, is said to have been driving when he slammed into the side of a building.
The comedian’s death in the collision or an earlier medical problem could not be immediately confirmed.
For his portrayal of Beverly Leslie in the television program “Will and Grace,” Leslie Jordan received a primetime Emmy in 2006.
Leslie Jordan, a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, is most flashed back for his unforgettable performance as Earl” Brother Boy” Ingram in the stage interpretation of Sordid Lives and its posterior big– screen adaption. He was also a well– known television actor, well known for playing Karen’s rival Beverly Leslie in the Emmy- winning TV series Will & Grace. He also had numerous appearances in Ryan Murphy’s florilegium series American Horror Story and appeared in Hearts Afire.
Leslie Jordan also appeared in bijous during the course of his long career in ‘Pee- Playhouse’, ‘Wee’s Ugly Betty’, ‘Lois & Clark The New Adventures of Superman’, ‘Boston Public’, and ‘Murphy Brown’. Most lately, he appeared in ‘The Cool kiddies’ and the Fox TV series ‘Call Me Kat’, which is presently in its third season.
Indeed though he’d a long list of comedy acting credentials, he also gained internet stardom and endured a different kind of fame during the epidemic. He streamed vids several times a day in the early lockdown ages, waxing lyrical about being bored at home while regaling observers with tales of Hollywood or demonstrating his drill routine. With 5.8 million Instagram followers right now, he has a sizable following.
Leslie Jordan told Yahoo Entertainment in 2021,” I posted twice a day for 80 days throughout the epidemic.” And my friend called from Tennessee and said,’ You’ve gone viral! I responded,” No, honey; I am fine I am in Tennessee with my mama . I do not have the contagion.” He claimed to have had no help in getting successful on social media, saying,” I figured it out all myself.”