Ricky Harris, ‘Everybody Hates Chris’ Actor, Dies At 54
Ricky Harris, a comedian and actor known for roles on Everybody Hates Chris and Dope, died on Monday. He was 54.
The news was confirmed by his manager Cindy Ambers. The official cause of death is unknown, but Ambers told the Los Angeles Times that Harris suffered a heart attack two years ago.
Harris also worked with Snoop Dogg on his rap albums. Snoop and Ice Cube, among many others, paid their respects on social media.
#Repost @snoopdogg ・・・ Ricky Harris. R. I. P. ???
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RickyHARRIS got 1st light from @icecube @SIRJINX & US doin voices on AmerikkasMostWanted. We were all in resPEct to his ability. Tough year
— Chuck D (@MrChuckD) December 27, 2016
Damn, we lost Ricky Harris. The world is a little less funny today. RIP homie. pic.twitter.com/5AalZndlx2
— Ice Cube (@icecube) December 27, 2016
Harris is survived by his mother, ex-wife and two daughters.
His last project — the upcoming action flick Check Point — is out Jan. 20.
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