The cause of death for Chris Farley remains a mystery, with a number of theories floating around.
Although the comedian was a prolific and beloved Saturday Night Live cast member, he was also a big name on the big screen.
His life was riddled with issues, including drug addiction, overeating and mental health problems.
In addition, he suffered from a severe case of alcoholism and was frequently depressed.
Regardless of the cause of death, Farley was loved by many, and his comrades and friends will miss him dearly.
Aside from being a cast member of Saturday Night Live, Farley was also a member of the Second City Theatre in Chicago.
His films included Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, and Beverly Hills Ninja.
Sadly, he died at the age of 33 from a drug overdose.
Born in 1964 in Madison, Wisconsin, Farley died of a drug overdose on December 18, 1997 in Chicago, Illinois.
He was an Aquarius, and stood at 5 feet 8 inches tall.
After being in the spotlight for his work on Saturday Night Live, Farley began to develop an interest in improv comedy.
He went to college with a double major in communications and theater.
He later studied improvisational comedy at the Ark Improv Theatre, where he studied under the tutelage of Dennis Kern.
He was born on February 15, 1964 in Madison, Wisconsin.
His death was ruled an accidental cocaine and morphine overdose.