Friends star Mike Hagerty has died

A guest star from the iconic TV show Friends has died.

Mike Hagerty died at the age of 67, his previous co-star Bridget Everett of HBO’s Somebody Somewhere announced on social media on Friday, although she did not provide the reason of death.

The character actor was most recognized for his recurring role on Friends as Mr Treeger, which ran from 1994 until 2004. He appeared in five episodes of the series.

The Illinois native portrayed the superintendent of Monica Gellar and Rachel Green’s apartment complex in New York City. In one episode, he expressed a desire to evict his flatmates.

He originally featured in the second season of the comedy and last appeared in the eighth season. He appeared alongside Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry in various situations.

The comedian had a busy profession as a character performer on television series.

This year, the celebrity appeared in HBO’s Lucky Louie as the manager of a muffler shop and on HBO’s Somebody Somewhere.

Bridget Everett, his Somebody Somewhere co-star, was the one who broke the terrible news on social media.

She posted on Instagram that the family of Michael G. Hagerty reported his demise yesterday in Los Angeles with tremendous grief. A renowned character actor, his love of his city of Chicago, as well as his family, were the pillars of his life.

She went on to say that  Mike, a loyal husband, is survived by his wife Mary Kathryn, his sister Mary Ann Hagerty [and] her wife Kathleen O’Rourke, and their daughter Meg. He will be deeply missed,She continued, she adored Mike the moment she met him. He was one of a kind. He was kind and hilarious, and he never met a stranger.

They are heartbroken that he has died. The whole cast and crew of Somebody Somewhere admired Mike. Their hearts go out to his wife and family.

Mike made his Hollywood debut in 1973 with the sitcom The Timber Tramps, which prompted cameo appearances on Cheers and Crime Story (both in 1986).
In 1987, he played Kurt Russell’s lovable blue collar best buddy in the Goldie Hawn comedy Overboard.

However, he returned to television, appearing in Married… With Children in 1987, Family Ties in 1988, and Murphy Brown in 1989.

In 1992, he portrayed Davy in Wayne’s World, and in 1993, he co-starred with friend Mike Myers in the film So I Married An Axe Murderer.

He first appeared as Rudy on Seinfeld in 1994, and then as Frank MacNamara on The George Carlin Show in 1994 and 1995.

In the mid-1990s, he won a role as Leo Blount on Home Court, and in 1995, he landed a role on Friends. He would appear in at least five episodes of the hit show.

He first appeared as Mike on Lucky Louie in 2006, and then as Fat Jack Bray on Mob City in 2013.

He starred in three episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and was most recently seen in this year’s Somebody Somewhere, playing Ed Miller.Rest in peace Mike!

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