RIP Jeff Conaway

Jeff Conaway, 60, has died after 2 weeks in a coma.

Conaway was found unconscious on earlier this month and was rushed to the hospital. The troubled actor who starred in “Taxi” and “Grease,” actor was taken off life support yesterday.

I remember watching Grease and thinking he and John Travolta were the coolest people in the world when I was younger. He was perfect as Keneckie. So much so that whenever I see a performance of the show, I’ll always compare that actor to Conaway.

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