Actor and comic Daryl Hury died of brain cancer April 26 in Edinburg, Texas. He was 35.
Hury graduated NYU’s theater department and also studied in Sofia, Bulgaria and Moscow.
He appeared in plays in Texas, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Sofia, and Moscow and in independent films including “Harold Buttleman, Independent Stuntman” in 2002 and the TV film “A Thief of Time” in 2004.
He was a member of the sketch comedy groups Film Pigs and Live, Live, News, News in Los Angeles, appeared at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles with his one man show “2001 Reasons to Live,” and toured nationally with an expanded version of that show.
He is survived by his mother and father and two brothers.