Emmy Award-winning actor Leslie Jordan died in a car accident.

A 67-year-old man was driving in Hollywood when he crashed into a building Monday morning.

He is believed to have had a medical emergency, Variety reported.

The actor, famous for his Southern drawl, has starred in numerous TV series, including Will & Grace and American Horror Story.

The Tennessee native, who also starred in The Help and USA vs. Billie Holiday, has been posting daily videos of himself on Instagram during the COVID-19 lockdown.

His social media following has grown from about 80,000 to more than 5.8 million because of his music videos, many of which feature him talking about his past and using the catchphrase “How are you?” went viral.

Earlier this month, he released a gospel album called “Company’s Comin’,” featuring Dolly Parton and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, among others.

He also wrote a book about his life, published last year, titled How Are You?: Misfortunes and Pranks from a Life Well Lived.

“The world is definitely much darker today”

Jordan grew up in Tennessee and moved to Los Angeles in 1982 to pursue a career in show business.

The star said she struggled with drug and alcohol abuse since she was 20, and announced in 2010 that she had been sober for 13 years.

During the AIDS crisis, he participated in the Los Angeles AIDS and Angel Food projects.

His agent David Saul said in a statement: “The world is certainly a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan.

“Not only was he a mega-talent and a pleasure to work with, but he was an emotional refuge for the nation during one of its most difficult times.

“What he lacked growing up, he made up for with generosity and greatness as a son, brother, artist, comedian, partner and human being.

“Knowing that he left the world at the peak of his professional and personal life is the only consolation that can be had today.”