Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, RuPaul and different celebrities react to Leslie Jordan’s demise

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The sudden passing of tv star and social media darling Leslie Jordan has spurred a flood of heartfelt tributes.

The actor died on Monday, his expertise agent Sarabeth Schedeen advised USA Prime Time in an announcement. He was 67.

Jordan’s most recognizable credit score was his time on “Will & Grace” as Beverley Leslie, a task he reprised all through the present’s run, together with its current reboot.

Co-star Eric McCormack posted two tributes to Jordan on his Instagram, with one displaying displaying the pair performing for the cameras on the present.

“Crushed to study concerning the lack of @thelesliejordan, the funniest and flirtiest southern gent I’ve ever recognized,” McCormack wrote within the caption. “The pleasure and laughter he introduced to each certainly one of his #WillandGrace episodes was palpable. Gone about 30 years too quickly. You had been cherished candy man.”

Sean Hayes, who performed Jack on the NBC sitcom, additionally shared a photo, calling Jordan “one of the funniest folks I ever had the pleasure of working with.”

“Everyone who ever met him, cherished him. There won’t ever be anybody like him,” he wrote. “A novel expertise with an unlimited, caring coronary heart. Leslie, you’ll be missed, my expensive pal.”

The official account for “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” on which Jordan acted as a visitor choose, additionally shared a tribute, thanking Jordan on Twitter for “the numerous laughs and for sharing your spirit with us all.”

Celebrities from throughout tv and movie – each those that labored with Jordan and never – additionally honored the actor.

“Leslie was such a lightweight for therefore many,” actress Michelle Pfeiffer wrote on Instagram. “Generously gifting the world along with his love and humor, particularly throughout this lockdown; certainly one of our bleakest and loneliest instances. He lived on a regular basis to deliver pleasure to each one he got here in touch with.”

Loni Love shared a candy reminiscence, writing that the final time they labored collectively was after they each visitor co-hosted CBS’s “The Talk” and Jordan “was a lot enjoyable to be round.”

“[He] all the time had a comic story and he impressed me to maintain getting into an business that might be ageist,” she wrote. “I’ll miss you my pal. Mama is ready on you.”

On Twitter, Lynda Carter remembered Jordan for being somebody who “put a smile on the faces of so many, particularly along with his pandemic movies.”

“What a feat to maintain us all laughing and linked in such troublesome instances,” she wrote. “It feels so merciless that this might occur to such an exquisite soul.”

Jordan’s most up-to-date position was on Fox’s “Call Me Kat.” The present, which is at present in its third season, halted filming in wake of the information of Jordan’s demise, in accordance with a Fox Entertainment spokesperson.

In an announcement supplied to USA Prime Time, Fox Entertainment stated Jordan “was way over an Emmy Award successful comedic expertise with whom we’ve laughed alongside for all these years. He was the kindest individual you could possibly ever think about who merely lit up a room and introduced pure pleasure and big smiles to tens of millions of individuals all over the world.”

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