Kevin Meaney, a veteran stand-up comedian and actor, has died, according to multiple reports. Meaney’s agent confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter he was found dead in his Forestburgh, N.Y. home. The cause of death wasn’t immediately known.

The 60-year-old comedian, who was scheduled to perform at the Borgata in Atlantic City at the end of November, was probably most well known for delivering the line, “That’s not right.”
After his first HBO special aired in 1986, Meaney made multiple appearances on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson and “The Late Show with David Letterman." He also started in the short-lived CBS sitcom “Uncle Buck,” based on the popular John Candy movie. 

Meaney's movie credits include "Big" and "Plump Fiction." He also spent several years acting in the Broadway show "Hairspray," and made appearances on "Saturday Night Live."

Tom Shales, the famed Pultizer Prize-winning TV critic of the Washington Post, one described Meaney like this: "Picture the precocious love child of Jonathan Winters and Ethel Merman and you have some idea of Kevin Meaney's act."

Following the news of his death, many comedians offered their condolences on Twitter: