Phil Jerrod death – obituary, What killed The Mock The Week Star 42,?

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 Phil Jerrod death – obituary, cause of death : Phil Jerrod 42, is dead. He died from sarcoma a rear cancer disease.

Phil was popularly known in his The Mock The week comedy show. He was widely known as one the funniest comedians to ever grace the stage.

He had a funny and unique personality and was never afraid to show it and his friends loved that about him. He was described by his friends as someone who was always ready for a laugh. He was incredibly respected by his peers.

The Mock The Week Star was adored by his family, colleagues, friends and fans all over. He was a perfect example of what it means to be a wonderful person. He had a calming presence and was extremely kind, he touched the hearts of so many, and was an inspiration to everyone who knew him.

He was a loving husband who was best known for his infectious sense of humor and making everyone laugh.

Tributes and Comments:

Jerrod’s agency, Of The Kerb said: ‘It is with deep sadness we have to announce the death of Phil Jerrod.

‘Phil peacefully passed away at home after a battle with cancer, with his devoted wife Beck by his side.

‘Phil’s critically acclaimed stand up and comedy writing meant he was incredibly respected by his peers, supporting and writing with many of his comedy heroes.

‘Phil was a dear friend to us, an incredibly kind and talented man, who was taken far too soon. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.’

Barnes – who had previously started a Just Giving page for the charity Sarcoma UK – described Jerrod as a ‘great friend’.

‘On Saturday we had to say goodbye to one of my best friends, the incomparable Phil Jerrod,’ he said.

‘One of the most loving, funniest and most creative people I’ve known.

‘All my thoughts are with Beck, your beloved wife. I love you Phil, life won’t be the same again. Utterly heartbroken.’

Lloyd Griffith said: ‘Such awful news. Not only was Phil really bloody funny, but he was the nicest man you’d ever bump into.