‘In Living Color’ Actor Dies at 50

Jay Leggett (Getty Images Entertainment)


Comedic actor Jay Leggett collapsed and died of natural causes over the weekend following a day of deer hunting in Lincoln County, Wis., according to the local sheriff’s office. He was 50.

Leggett may be best known for his work on “In Living Color” in 1993, but he had also performed in series such as “Ally McBeal” to “The Drew Carey Show.“

CNN reports that Leggett, who produced a documentary about the joys of deer hunting, collapsed and died nat the end of a hunt on the first day of gun deer season. A deer that Leggett had killed was strapped to the ATV.

Paramedics were unable to revive Leggett and the coroner pronounced him dead at the scene, according to the site.

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