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Stand-Up Comedian Neel Nanda Dies At 32

via Jimmy Kimmel Live on Youtube
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Comic Neel Nanda, known for appearances on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents,” has passed away at 32.

His longtime manager, Greg Weiss, expressed deep shock and sadness, highlighting Nanda’s talent and character.

While the cause of death remains undisclosed, Nanda’s career milestones included performances on various series, with a notable highlight being his appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (Trending: Democrat Found Guilty In Corruption Trial)

Fellow comedians mourned his loss, emphasizing his kindness and dedication.

“I [am] deeply shocked and saddened by this,” wrote Weiss.

“He was a wonderful comic, but a better person,” added the manager.

“He had the world in front of him,” concluded Weiss.

“I would say my proudest accomplishment thus far in comedy is performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!” said Nanda in 2018.
“I’ve always wanted to do a set on late night, and Jimmy Kimmel was my first choice,” explained the comedian.

“I’ve performed on other networks like Comedy Central, Hulu, Viceland, etc., but Jimmy Kimmel was the first place I performed where my parents were a fan of the host,” he added.

Matt Rife posted, “RIP Neel Nanda.”

“You were one of the nicest, hardest working comedians I’ve ever called a friend and i hope you can be at peace brother,” added Rife.

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