Chris Farley was funny.
A cut-up at Edgewood High School and at Marquette University, Farley quickly rose
up the comedy ladder, becoming a regular on "Saturday Night Live" while still in
his 20s. His memorable moments include that of the star-struck interviewer,
motivational speaker Matt Foley, Super Fan Todd O'Connor and a laugh-out-loud bit
he did with Patrick Swayze as two people vying for one spot as a Chippendale's
dancer. He went on to make several movies, including "Tommy Boy," and was 33
when he died of a drug overdose
Chicago in 1997.
Interred at Resurrection Cemetery