Teddy Ray, Stand-Up Comic Who Appeared In HBO Max’s Pause With Sam Jay, Has Died At 32
Stand-up comedian and viral video star Teddy Ray has died.
The news was confirmed this weekend by Comedy Central and Deadline, with the latter reporting that memorial details or cause of death have been announced.
The performer was 32 years old.A hilarious and good-natured improviser and a talented stand-up comic, Ray appeared on series like HBO Max’s “Pause With Sam Jay,” Biniam Bizuneh’s comedy show “How To Be Broke,” and the web series “Bsu,” made by Issa Rae’s Hoorae Media.
The comedian was also featured on Comedy Central, in a set where he professed his preference for “chill outs” on stage as opposed to “act outs,” and talked about singing Keysha Cole songs around gangsters as a child.Many of Ray’s most memorable viral moments came from seemingly off-the-cuff comments, as when he coined the popular phrase “double cheeked up on a Thursday afternoon” in an All Def Digital
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