Leslie Jordan driving to set of ‘Call Me Kat’ when he died

Leslie Jordan was reportedly driving to the set of his community sitcom, “Call Me Kat,” when he crashed his automobile and died Monday in Hollywood.

TMZ reported Wednesday that Jordan’s colleagues began to fret when the actor-comedian didn’t present as much as work greater than an hour after his name time. Individuals engaged on the manufacturing reportedly tried to find Jordan earlier than studying that he had been concerned in a automobile accident.

Fox’s “Call Me Kat” stars Jordan, Mayim Bialik, Swoosie Kurtz, Kyla Pratt, Julian Gant, Cheyenne Jackson and Christopher Rivas. Jordan performed Phil, the top baker on the titular character’s cat café.

Representatives for Jordan and Fox didn’t instantly reply Wednesday to requests for remark.

In a joint assertion supplied Monday to The Occasions, the solid and producers of “Call Me Kat” remembered Jordan as “tender, wise, naughty and hilarious.”

“We got to know and love him at the height of his happiness and joy and it is inconceivable to imagine a world without our Leslie: the man who would spit on his contact lenses before putting them in his eyes, the man who had a story about every man in Hollywood and some of the women as well, the man who lived to make people laugh,” they mentioned, including that manufacturing on the present could be paused to “grieve and to celebrate the many gifts Leslie gave to us and to the entire world.”

The beloved entertainer was declared lifeless this week after crashing his BMW right into a constructing at Cahuenga Boulevard and Romaine Road. It was not instantly clear whether or not Jordan was killed within the collision or suffered a medical emergency whereas working the automobile. He was 67.

Authorities have been working to find out the reason for dying, however these on the scene suspected Jordan suffered a cardiac episode previous to the crash, based on regulation enforcement. The Los Angeles County Coroner was scheduled to conduct an post-mortem Tuesday.

Along with “Call Me Kat,” Jordan was recognized for his work on “Will & Grace,” “American Horror Story” and lots of different motion pictures and TV sequence.