Comedian Leo Anthony Gallagher, also known as Gallagher, has died at the age of 76, according to his manager.
How Did Leo Anthony Gallagher Die?
TMZ was the first to announce that Gallagher passed away early on Friday morning in the Palm Springs area while getting hospice care. According to TMZ, he had a long history of illness and had experienced multiple heart attacks before he passed away from acute organ failure. Gallagher cause of death was organ failure.
Gallager gained notoriety for breaking watermelons as part of his act as well as for his observational and prop comedy catchphrases. He has several well-liked HBO specials in addition to 13 one-hour comedic specials for Showtime.
Gallagher Cause of Death
Comic Gallagher has passed away at the age of 76. During his performance, Gallagher, a prop comedian best known for breaking watermelons. Gallagher cause of death was organ failure.
According to TMZ, Gallagher passed away early on Friday morning in the Palm Springs region while receiving hospice care.
According to his management, Gallagher suffered severe organ failure and died. He had been ailing for some time and had had several heart attacks over the years.
The spokesperson said, “Gallagher stayed on the road touring America for decades. He was pretty sure he held a record for the most stand-up dates, by attrition alone,” adding, “While Gallagher had his detractors, he was an undeniable talent and an American success story.”
After graduating from college, Gallagher began performing stand-up comedy. In 1975, he made his television debut on Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show,” where he displayed his prop humor and immediately rose to fame.