In other comedy shows, Neil Mahoney, Emmy’s nominated editor for “Key and Peel” and “History in Drugs”, has died. He was 43 years old.
“Actor and comedian Jonah Ray was the first to announce the news on Instagram,” Ray wrote. Ask anyone, and they’ll tell you that Neil was the best man, “Ray wrote.” He cared a lot about his friends. He made every friend he ever made.
In a statement published by Mahoney in the Los Angeles Times, Ray wrote that Mahoney slept in his house in Echo Park on January 7 and never woke up.
Born in Massachusetts on March 7, 1977, and raised in Cape Cod, Mahoney graduated from Emerson College and worked in Los Angeles as an intern at Bob O’Donnick and David Cross. In 2002, his film “Run Ronnie Run” showed. After spending time in DC, while you’re asleep, working for Culture Magazine, Mahoney returned to LA for short for “Fanny or Dye.” Mahoney made his career as a respected editor, taking full advantage of his talents in comedy shows such as “Harnak History”, “Funny or Die Presets”, “Portlandia” and “Key and Peel”. She was nominated for a Best Editing Emmy in 2016. .
Mahoney directed and edited the Apartment Citizens Brigade’s short film “Freak Dance” in 2010, starring Amy Poehler, in addition to five other comics for the talisman. Most recently, Mahoney worked as an editor on the TV series “Royalties” and “The Tough Show with White People.”
“Neil Daniel Mahoney was a best friend: loyal, thoughtful, funny. The first to appear at your party, offer help, or congratulate on anything.” Ray paid tribute to Mahoney. Written
Survivors include his mother, Claudia, and sister Megan. Donations can be made to LA Family Housing in his memory.
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