Chris Farley – Cause of Death, Age, Date, and Facts

The Movie Actor Chris Farley passed away at age 33; this age of death has to be considered too young. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Chris Farley and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Saturday Night Live star who played leading roles in such comedy films as Tommy Boy, Beverly Hills Ninja, and Black Sheep. He also played supporting roles in the films Wayne’s World, Billy Madison, and Dirty Work. He died of a drug overdose at the age of 33.

He was discovered by an SNL producer while a member of the Second City Theatre in Chicago.

One of his best-known SNL characters was Matt Foley, an exuberant motivational speaker known for repeatedly saying that he “lived in a van down by the river.”

His brothers are actors John P. Farley and Kevin Farley.

He starred alongside his good friend David Spade on SNL and in multiple films.

How did Chris Farley die?

Information about the death of Chris Farley
Cause of deathN/A
Age of death33 years
ProfessionMovie Actor
BirthdayN/A
Death dateDecember 18, 1997
Place of death875 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Place of burialN/A

Quotes by Chris Farley

I have a tendency toward the pleasures of the flesh. It’s a battle for me, as far as weight and things like that. But I’m curbing them because I want to continue to do comedy, and the two don’t mix. So I try to fight those demons.

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I went and worked for my dad after school. I’d show up late and stuff like that.

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People… need a time to laugh. It’s up to us to bonk ourselves on the head and slip on a banana peel so the average guy can say, ‘I may be bad, honey, but I’m not as much of an idiot as that guy on the screen.’

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I was glad to be sober, but after ninety days, people weren’t patting me on the back anymore, sayin’, ‘Good job on the sobriety! Go get ’em!’

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I signed on as the clown, and, by golly, I’ll keep up my end of the bargain.

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