Tragic Loss: Comedian Neel Nanda, known for appearances on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and Comedy Central, has passed away at 32.

Fond Memories: Neel's manager, Greg Weiss, remembers him as both a "great comic" and a "great human being."

Rising Star: In 2017, Nanda rocked a 5-minute set on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," fulfilling a dream and impressing his parents.

Comedy Journey: Born in Atlanta to Indian immigrant parents, Neel's love for comedy started in middle school.

From Joke Stealing to Stand-Up: Neel began by retelling jokes from Comedy Central, eventually filling a notebook with his own.

Hosting "Unnecessary Evil": Nanda's weekly show at the Westside Comedy Theater showcased his comedic talent.

Heartfelt Tributes: Fellow comedians and comedy clubs shared their condolences and praised Nanda's positive impact.

Comedy Community Mourns: The Port Comedy Club expressed shock at the loss, calling Nanda a "positive force" and a huge loss.

Farewell to a Friend: Comedian Matt Rife remembers Nanda as one of the kindest and hardest-working comedians he knew, wishing him peace.