Leslie Jordan new condo neighbors honor him with photo in lobby of FIRST HOUSE he bought just before death
Leslie Jordan died on October 24 in a tragic car accident in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Actor-comedian Leslie Jordan’s death has left many in a state of shock, especially since it was only weeks after he had purchased a condo in Los Angeles that he intended to move into. Now, those who live in the building have paid tribute to Jordan, by placing a picture of him smiling happily in the building lobby as a greeting for residents.
"As far as I'm concerned Leslie Jordan still lives in our building," a post on Facebook by Vintage Los Angeles is captioned. According to The Radar, the building overlooks Sunset Plaza and Hollywood Hills. "Leslie had just moved to a condo in the same building I live in," wrote the author, revealing they heard he was "moving in his furniture the day he passed."
The caption continued in the comments by saying, “This had been one of the most depressing losses. We were so looking forward to knowing him better and just seeing his smiling face in the elevator. What an incredibly talented unique positive individual that can never be replaced. Hopefully this photo will stay at the front desk forever.”
Jordan passed away on Monday, October 24 in a tragic car accident in Los Angeles. He died at the scene. He is known for his work on popular TV shows such as 'Will & Grace', 'Hearts Afire' and 'American Horror Story'. He was scheduled to meet his co-stars from the film 'Sordid Lives', and was on his way when he met with the fatal accident. Those who made it to the set turned it into a memorial for the much-loved deceased actor.
"We're not so great," writer and director Del Shores said. "But we're here, and y'all make everything better. It's been a sad week for us. There was a discussion for a while that we were gonna cancel because I was just so 'tore up,' as we say in the South, over Leslie's death," Shores added. "As this became an impromptu memorial service of sorts, we figured there was no better way than to kick it off than with a special message in song by Rosemary and Newell Alexander."
In Jordan’s death announcement, his manager told the New York Post, "The world is definitely a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan. Not only was he a mega talent and joy to work with, but he provided an emotional sanctuary to the nation at one of it’s most difficult times. What he lacked in height he made up for in generosity and greatness as a son, brother, artist, comedian, partner and human being/ Knowing that he has left the world at the height of both his professional and personal life is the only solace one can have today."