Comedian Neel Nanda Dies at 32

Comedian Neel Nanda Dies at 32: Stand-up comedian Neel Nanda, known for his performances on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and Comedy Central, has passed away at 32, according to Weiss, who represented him for over a decade. Weiss remembered Nanda as not only a talented comedian but also a cherished friend and remarkable individual.

Comedian Neel Nanda Dies at 32:

The specifics regarding his death, including the date and cause, remain undisclosed at this time.
In 2017, Nanda showcased his talent on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” with a five-minute on-air performance. His appearances on Comedy Central included shows like “Adam Devine’s House Party,” and he was last featured on “Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents” in January.

The writer and actor played a producing role in the online comedy-horror series “Garland: Anthology.” Nanda featured in two episodes of the Snapchat series “Apocalypse Goals” in 2020 and took a leading role in the 2019 comedy-horror movie “Deep Murder.”

As per his profile on IMDB, Nanda began his stand-up journey in Atlanta before relocating to Los Angeles in 2013. He subsequently made appearances on platforms such as Comedy Central, MTV, Viceland, IFC, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. His LA performance titled “Unnecessary Evil” earned recognition as one of LA Weekly’s top 10 stand-up shows.

Earlier this month, according to his website, the comedian had organized two shows in Toronto around his birthday.
The Port, a comedy club in Baltimore, honored Nanda with a heartfelt tribute on their Instagram. They captioned a photo of Nanda performing, expressing their deep sorrow: “With profound sadness, we bid farewell to a comedy legend. The news has left us in disbelief.

Neel was a beacon of positivity in the comedy world, and his absence is deeply felt. Rest in Peace, Neel. We’re grateful for the times you graced our stage and delighted our audiences.”
Additionally, Matt Rife took to X, previously known as Twitter, on Saturday to remember Nanda, describing him as “one of the kindest souls” in the comedy community.

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