The actor, comedian and writer, Leslie Jordan, known for his work in Will and Grace and American Horror Story, has died this Monday at the age of 67 in Los Angeles (USA).
According to CNN sources, the interpreter had a car accident this Monday morning in Hollywood. A spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to the US network that there was a fatal accident earlier in the day, although the cause of his death has not yet been confirmed.
Leslie Jordan, was born in Chattanooga (Tennessee) on April 29, 1955. He began his career in 1986. He won the Primetime Emmy award in the category of Best Guest Actor for his participation in 2006 in the comedy series Will and Grace. His countless appearances on the small screen include such titles as The Cool Kids, The Help, Call Me Kat, Aly McBeal, Ugly Betty, Star Trek, Love Ranch, Reba and Ski Patrol. On stage, Jordan premiered in New York a theatrical comedy titled Hysterical Blindness and Other Southern Tragedies That Have Plagued My Life Thus Far, in which he revisited his childhood in rural Tennessee with satirical songs about racism, homophobia and teasing he received for his physique.
Jordan was working on the sitcom Call Me Kat at the time of her passing.