‘I’m a little surprised’: Chip Caray’s family, friends react to his death

A New York-based actor and comedian who had been in a coma since April 27, 2017, died of an apparent heroin overdose, authorities said on Monday.

The death of Chip Carsey, 42, was confirmed by the New York Police Department.

He was pronounced dead at the Mount Sinai Medical Center on Monday afternoon.

According to the New Yorker, Carsey had been hospitalized for several weeks with acute respiratory distress syndrome, which is a respiratory condition that causes severe respiratory problems.

He suffered a stroke two months after his arrest and was taken off life support on May 27.

The actor was a frequent and frequent guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.

Carsey was arrested on a charge of possession of heroin with intent to distribute on April 27.

He has not been charged with any crime.

The late actor’s family did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment on his death.

According the New Jersey Star-Ledger, Caray had recently begun a long rehabilitation program after the arrest of a string of charges in the 1990s involving child pornography, prostitution, drugs and gun possession.

According in the report, Carays friends said that Caray was “a little surprised” when he was put in a hospital after his release from jail.

Caray reportedly suffered from a mental illness and was receiving help through his friends, who said he was “in a constant state of depression.”

Cary was best known for his work on the Comedy Central series The Chip Carays, which ran from 1993 to 2003.

His television credits also included appearances on The Daily Show, The Colbert Report and The Daily Meal.

Cary, who grew up in Brooklyn, New York, attended the University of New Jersey.

He starred in a movie that he co-wrote, called The Chipcaray Show, in 1991 and went on to appear in several films.

The New Yorker reported that Carsey was a longtime supporter of Bernie Sanders, and had said that the Vermont senator had a “huge heart.”