NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UPI) — Stand-up comedian Kevin Meaney has died at his home in Forestburgh, New York. He was 60.
Meaney was scheduled to perform in Rhode Island on Saturday night.
His agent Tom Ingegno told The Hollywood Reporter he was found unresponsive at his house Friday and an autopsy is scheduled.
No possible cause of Meaney’s death has been released, CNN said.
The funnyman was known for his catchphrase, “That’s not right!” His acting credits include the 1990 television version of Uncle Buck and the Tom Hanks classic Big.
“With an inspired blend of lunacy that includes physical humor, impersonations, stylized caricatures of nightclub singers and his signature ‘man on the street’ interviews, Emmy Award winner Kevin Meaney has been one of the country’s most popular standup comedians for more than 25 years,” his website said.
“Trump just invited OJ to the debate, the governor to pardon the Juice just for the night,” Meaney tweeted.
“Some last minute advice for Hillary: Light your hair on fire! Be crazy and tell him “he’s fired” Hit him in the face with a pie!”