Mike Hagerty, ‘Friends’ and ‘Somebody Somewhere’ character actor, dies at 67

A prolific television actor, Haggerty also appeared in films such as "Overboard," "Dick Tracy" and "Way's World."

Mike Haggerty, the prolific character actor who most recently starred in HBO's critically acclaimed drama "Somebody Somewhere," died Thursday in Los Angeles.

He was 67.

Bridget Everett, who played Haggerty's on-screen daughter in "Somebody's Somewhere," shared the news on Friday via her Instagram.

A veteran character actor with over 100 credits in various television shows and movies,

Haggerty was also known for his recurring role in the hit NBC sitcom "Friends", where he played Mr. Trigger,

The superintendent of the apartment complex in which most of the main actors lived.

He was also the main cast member in Fox's "The George Carlin Show" and HBO's "Lucky Louie".

Born in Chicago on May 10, 1954, Haggerty began his career in the mid-1980s in films such as Doctor Detroit, Brewster's Millions, Nothing in Common, One More Saturday Night, Overboard and Red Heat, and had a role in 1986. Cheers episode.

"It is with great sadness that the family of Michael G. Haggerty announced his passing yesterday in Los Angeles," Everett wrote on Instagram.

“A beloved character actor, his love for his hometown of Chicago and his family were the cornerstones of his life. … He will be sorely missed."