Published: Fri, December 13, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Comedian Chris Cotton dead at 32

Comedian Chris Cotton dead at 32

He acted as a comedian for Comedy Central and appeared on the talk show of the chain "Every Damn Day". The couple, who met when they were teenagers and had been married for eight years, expected a son on February 11, 2020.

Comedian Chris Cotton, best known for his work on Comedy Central, died at the age of 32, the network announced on Thursday.

Dave Attell, best known for hosting the Comedy Central show Insomniac with Dave Attell, said: "What a bad night, I am still in shock over the loss of Chris Cotton.he was young, fun and had so much left to do..."

Cotton also published a book titled What My Dad Did: My Theory On Joke Writing, in which he wrote about his father's experience working at inner city schools in South Philly.

The rising star appeared on Comedy Central several times, and had just performed at NYC's Caroline's on Broadway comedy club last week as part of its Breakout Artist Comedy Series.

Fellow comedians have voiced their shock and sadness at the tragic passing, with Dave Attell writing: 'What a awful night, I am still in shock over the loss of Chris Cotton.he was young, fun and had so much left to do....

Hannibal Buress recalled his friend Cotton, writing,"A few weeks back Chris Cotton randomly hit me up to remind me to get a gig I got him YEARS past that led to another job for him".

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I was in the middle of booking Isola Fest and booked it during the call.

Our thoughts are with Chris' loved ones during this time.

"What a bad night, I am still in shock over the loss of Chris Cotton.he was young, fun and had so much left to do...." I am honored that I got to work with him and know him.

Writer Michelle Biloon added: 'What a total shyear. Philly lost a great comic and a truly great person.

After, the announcement of Chris Cotton's death, his friends and fans started sharing their condolences. He also covered the red carpet of his roast Bruce Willis a year ago, according to The Wrap. Everyone loved him instantly. It regularly made me laugh so much that I cried, "Dern tweeted".

Impractical Jokers star Sal Vulcano called the news "heartbreaking", writing, "If you have the means, please consider donating any amount whatsoever to the family and wife/mother-to-be of young comedian Chris Cotton".

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