Mike Batayeh passed away on June 1 at the age of 52. TMZ claims that he suffered a heart attack while sleeping. According to Batayeh’s sister Diane, the actor’s death came rather suddenly because he had never previously had cardiac problems. His family released the following statement: “He will be greatly missed by those who loved him and his great ability to bring laughter and joy to so many.”

Batayeh received praise for his role as Dennis Markowski in the popular television series “Breaking Bad.” Fans may remember that Markowski oversaw Gustavo Fring’s laundry. In 2011, Batayeh appeared in three episodes of the program.

He also picked up a ton of film and television credits, including parts in “The Bernie Mac Show,” “Boy Meets World,” “CSI: Miami,” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” according to People. Additionally, he provided voiceovers for “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” After his untimely passing, tributes to the adored performer have been flooding in.

Mike Batayeh created a name for himself in the comedy scene even though he is better recognized for his acting roles. Videos of him performing stand-up at places like the Laugh Factory and Gotham Comedy Club are all over his Instagram profile.

According to his obituary, Batayeh was committed to assisting young people in his area in addition to his talents. Additionally, it was noted in the notification that any donations received in his name will help children in Southwest Detroit.

Social media has been used by loved ones to share reflections on Batayeh’s life. A friend and director named Rola Nashef wrote a moving Facebook post about the actor.

“Mike Batayah, you were everyone’s friend,” she wrote. And by everyone, I mean. Nobody I introduced you to or the waitress who took our order wasn’t made to laugh, think, or feel inspired by you.” Batayeh was praised further by the speaker, who said, “Your sense of humor and your talent for stage, screenwriting, television, and film was genius, outrageous, and fearless.”