May he still rest in peace!

Ex-‘SNL’ Comedian’s Death Ruled a Suicide
FARMINGTON, Conn. – Charles Rocket, a comedian and actor who appeared on “Saturday Night Live” and had roles in a variety of movies and television series, committed suicide, the state medical examiner has ruled.
Rocket, 56, whose real name was Charles Calervie, was found dead in a field near his home in Canterbury on Oct 7. His throat had been cut, the medical examiner said.
“An investigation determined there was no criminal aspect to this case,” State Police Sgt. J. Paul Vance said Monday.
Rocket was a cast member on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” during the 1980-81 season. He gained notoriety when he was fired from SNL for swearing on the air.
He went on to appear in numerous TV shows, including “Moonlighting” and “Max Headroom,” and provided voices for cartoon series. His movie credits included “Earth Girls are Easy,” “Dumb and Dumber” and “Dances With Wolves.”