Leslie Jordan, versatile Emmy-winning actor, dies at 67

Leslie Jordan, the entertainer whose wry Slow way of speaking and flexibility made him a parody and show champion on television series including "Will and Grace" and "American Horror Story," has died.

Emmy-champ, whose recordings transformed him into an online entertainment star during the pandemic, was 67.

"The world is certainly a lot more obscure spot today without the adoration and light of Leslie Jordan

In addition to the fact that he was a super ability and satisfaction to work with, yet he gave a profound safe-haven to the country at quite possibly of its most troublesome time.

He died Monday in a single car crash in the Hollywood area, according to reports .

Stars of “Will & Grace” mourned his loss. “My heart is broken,” Sean Hayes tweeted. “Everyone who ever met him, loved him. There will never be anyone like him. A unique talent with an enormous, caring heart.

“Crushed to learn about the loss of @thelesliejordan, the funniest & flirtiest southern gent I’ve ever known,” tweeted Eric McCormack.