Louie Anderson, Coming to America star, has died after a terrible battle with blood cancer


After a long battle with blood cancer, Louie Anderson, Come to America actor, has died.

The star, 68 years old, was being treated in a Las Vegas hospital for Diffuse large-cell lymphoma.

Louie was recently diagnosed with nonHodgkin’s Lymphoma. She was currently undergoing treatment.

According to his publicist, he died Friday morning.

Louie is a beloved comic throughout his three-decade career.

He was previously known as “One of 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time”Comedy Central.

Social media has been used by heartbroken fans to pay tribute and pay respect to the star.

One fan wrote: “Real sad to hear about Louis Anderson passing. RIP”

An additional: “January is not letting up! Louis Anderson and Meatloaf in the same day???”

A third person is posted: “Rest in Peace Louis Anderson. A true Minnesota original.”

A fourth user of social media said: “So sad to hear about Louis Anderson. It’s been far too long since I watched The Wrong Guys, which basically stayed in my VCR as a kid. Gonna have to remedy that today.”

His TV appearances included as host of “Family Feud” (revived 1999-2002), on comedy specials, and on late-night talk shows.

Louie, who recently opened up about his weight-loss journey, made headlines last year. During the pandemic, Louie lost between 30 and 40 pounds.

He claimed that intermittent fasting was the reason for his body transformation.

Louie continued his worldwide tour before being admitted to the hospital earlier this month.