The manager of a laundromat turned meth lab in the television series Breaking Bad, Mike Batayeh, has passed away at the age of 52, according to US media.
According to the actor and comedian's family, he suffered a heart attack on June 1 and passed away peacefully at home in Michigan.
According to the family, Batayeh's death was very sudden and he had no prior history of heart problems.
His family said in a statement that "those who loved him" and others who admired his career "will be greatly missed by them.".
Breaking Bad, a popular drama that aired on AMC from 2008 to 2013, featured Batayeh in three of its episodes in 2011.
In the program, Batayeh played Dennis Markowski, manager of the infamous Lavandera Brillante industrial laundromat, which served as a front for a sizable meth lab operation.
Additionally a voice actor and comedian, Batayeh.
He made numerous film and television appearances throughout his career, including in American Dreamz, Detroit Unleaded, and The Bernie Mac Show.
In X-Men: Days of Future Past, he also provided the voice for the character.
According to an online obituary, Batayeh is survived by five siblings and a sizable extended family.
His coworkers and actors paid tribute to him.
Mike Batayeh, you were everyone's friend, Rola Nashef, a Hollywood director, wrote on Facebook. "A devastating loss of a huge life.
I refer to everyone. Nobody I introduced you to or the waitress who took our order wasn't made to laugh, think, or feel inspired by you. " .
Yorg Kerasiotis, Batayeh's co-star on Detroit Unleaded, wrote: "You were the superstar we always admired and one of the funniest men I've ever known. Please rest in peace."