Comic Mitch Mullany died May 25 in Los Angeles from a diabetic-related stroke. He was 39.A memorial service will be held Sunday, June 8 at 2 p.m. at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles. Born in Oakland, Calif., Mullany started his standup career in the Bay Area and then appeared on “The Wayans Brothers” as White Mike. He starred in his own WB Network show “Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher,” and in 1999 wrote and starred in feature film “The Breaks,” released by Artisan Ent. He appeared in feature film “The Sweetest Thing” and then hosted ABC reality series “All American Girl.” Mullany also appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
Comedian Mitch Mullany dies at 39
Starred in 'Nick Freno: Licenced Teacher'