Actor and comedian Reynaldo Rey died at age 75 in Los Angeles on Thursday.
According to Reynaldo’s manager, the actor passed away due to complications with a stroke he suffered near the end of last year.
Reynaldo was known for his performances in 1992’s White Men Can’t Jump and 1995’s Friday, but hadn’t starred in any TV shows or films since 2008 when he switched over to producing his own albums and plays.
Reynaldo had been in a Los Angeles hospital since January to get treatment, but, thankfully, his wife was by his side when he died in the early morning.
Rest in peace, Reynaldo.
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