Ralphie May Dead - 'Last Coming Standing' Comedian Dies at 45

Ralphie May Dead - 'Last Coming Standing' Comedian Dies at 45

Ralphie May Dead - 'Last Coming Standing' Comedian Dies at 45

"Ralphie" May died of cardiac arrest in Las Vegas, PEOPLE confirms.

May first found fame in the early 2000s when he came second on Last Comic Standing, and had forged a successful career in the business.

A statement posted on May's social media pages said the comic had battled pneumonia for the last few weeks. The star had just performed at Harrah's the night before.

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May's body was discovered at his home in Las Vegas on Friday morning.

He went on book gigs on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "The Wayne Brady Show" from there, while churning out stand-up specials for Comedy Central and, later Netflix. He was set to hit tour stops in Tennessee, Alabama, and OH later this month.

He split from his wife and fellow comedian Lahna Turner back in 2015, after she filed for divorce after ten years of marriage. He also had several comedy specials, including "Too Big to Ignore" and "Girth of a Nation".

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