Andy Smart, a famous comedian who worked with The Comedy Store, has passed away at 63. He was a spectacular improviser whose way with words and quick thinking made millions of people fall in love with him. His sudden death is a shock to all of us as he recently performed in London on May 14. So how did he die? What is Andy Smart cause of death? Find out below!
Andy Smart Cause Of Death
Andy Smart, a spectacular British comedian, “passed away unexpectedly” on May 16. The news was confirmed by his daughter Grace who posted a tweet for her 63-year-old father on her Twitter account.
“Hi this is Grace, Andy’s daughter, I’m very sorry to let you all know that dad passed away unexpectedly last night. He had so many friends and such a great life. Raise a glass for him. G x.”
Unfortunately, we don’t know Andy Smart cause of death at the moment. We are trying to get in touch with his rep to find out more information about the sensational comedian’s death. However, we are still waiting to hear back from them.
The news is shocking as Andy performed in London on May 14! He was perfectly fine and even had a show lined up for May 28.
After his death, the Comedy Store London (the venue for the May 28 show) also mourned his death. They posted a tweet sending out their condolences to Andy’s family and friends.
Andy Smart Tribute
Several famous comedians have posted tributes to Andy Smart after his sudden death.
Dara O Brian grieved over the terrible news and sent out condolences to the family and friends of Andy. She described him as a “force for joy” in her tweet.
Eddie Izzard also responded to Grace’s message announcing her father’s death. She expressed her sadness and remembered Andy saying he was a great improviser and a funny many. “His talent will be missed,” she tweeted.
Additionally, Kevin Bridges reminisced over his time with Andy. He described him as “a great laugh and always a brilliant guy to be around.” He also added, “Loved all the time I spent with him at comedy festivals over the years.”
Matt Lucas, who used to be a host for the Great British Baking Show, also remembered Andy writing, “Dear Grace, I am so sorry to hear your news.” Your father was always so kind and friendly. I last saw him when we did a podcast together, and he was as generous and as hilarious as ever. My thoughts are with you xxx Matt.”