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‘Patton Oswalt & Friends’ Stand-up Show Canceled After Wife’s Death

True crime author Michelle McNamara died Thursday in her sleep

Patton Oswalt’s monthly stand-up comedy show at Largo in Los Angeles, “Patton Oswalt & Friends,” has been canceled following the sudden death of the comedian’s wife.

Michelle McNamara, a true crime author, died Thursday in her sleep. She was 46.

Sunday’s show is still reflected on Patton Oswalt‘s official website, but the date is now blank on Largo’s. Next month’s scheduled “Oswalt & Friends” date, May 22, is now officially listed as “Cancelled” on the club’s calendar. Obviously, Oswalt has far more important things to attend to at the moment than either stand-up spots or website updates.

The two Largo dates are the only future shows listed on PattonOswalt.com. The 8 o’clock start had been selling tickets for $30 apiece.

Neither Largo nor Oswalt’s reps returned TheWrap‘s multiple requests for confirmation on the shuttering of tomorrow’s show.

Coincidentally, Oswalt’s Netflix stand-up special, “Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping,” dropped on the streaming service Friday. Beyond the stage-and-microphone genre, the beloved comic’s credits include the sitcom “The King of Queens,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and the film”Ratatouille.”

Oswalt and McNamara were married in 2005.

McNamara was the founder of the website True Crime Diary, which detailed breaking news and cold cases alike. She eschewed high profile crimes for more obscure stories, writing about the Golden State Killer and the murder of nurse Melanie Howell in 1976.

“I wanted to get more involved in the cases that were fueling my own curiosity,” McNamara said in a 2007 interview.

She is survived by Oswalt and their seven-year-old daughter, Alice.