Comedian Chris Cotton dies at 32


Comedian Chris Cotton, who died at the age of 32, claims a new report from E! Online. Cotton, known for his work on the Comedy Central comedy network, died earlier this week from unspecified causes, although Radar Online says it was related to obesity.

In addition, the media noted the most tragic aspect of the story: the fact that Chris and his wife, Ericalynn Cotton, were expecting a child in February next year. A statement from the network addressed Cotton's death by stating that he was a "hilarious comedian,quot; and a "member of the Comedy Central family."

Cotton worked on the network's online talk show series, Every day * mn day. After his death, other comedians and stars shouted at Mr. Cotton, including Hannibal Burress, who went to his Twitter account to commemorate Chris.

Reportedly, Cotton was in New York City last week performing at the Caroline of the Big Apple on Broadway. A GoFundMe page was created in support of Cotton's pregnant wife.

As mentioned earlier, Radar Online states that Cotton's death was caused by very severe obesity complications. An autopsy report revealed that there was a blood clot in his lungs that caused his heart to stop. The examiner wrote in the report: "The important conditions that contribute to death are morbid obesity."

2019 also saw the loss of another comedian, Brody Stevens, who died of an apparent suicide at the age of 48. The Blast revealed in February this year that the artist was found dead at his home in Los Angeles. He hung up.

The representatives who wrote on his behalf referred to Brody as an "inspiring voice,quot; that was loved by many people in the comedy community. Previously, Brody had been sincere and honest about his mental health problems, including anxiety and depression.


In the series Brody Stevens: Enjoy it, his friend, Zach Galifianakis, shared that Stevens was not doing so well at a time in his life, and thought it would always be that way. Other stars to refer to Brody's death include Joe Rogan, Brendan Schaub and Bryan Callen.

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