Darrell Beveridge: death of comedian Cooksuck

A beloved Australian food blogger, social media comedian and musician was remembered as a hilarious hero after his shock death.

A beloved food blogger and social media comedian was remembered as a hilarious hero who brought joy to everyone.

Darrell Beveridge, affectionately known to close friends as Bobby, died suddenly on Wednesday.

The popular Sydneysider was the mastermind behind Cook Suck’s Instagram and Twitter accounts, which have over 40,000 followers and feature amusing reviews of various dishes.

He was also a guitarist for the Display Homes, a band he formed with his former roommates Steph King and Greg Clennar.

Mr Beveridge’s brother, former Big Brother Michael contestant, took to Facebook to thank the many friends and fans ‘who made him so, so happy’.

“I just lost my brother and my best friend,” he said.

“I don’t want to write this, I want to lie in bed and just try to stop feeling the pain, but that’s the painful and unbearable logistics of dealing with sudden death.

“I don’t have details of funeral arrangements yet. Will share when I know more. It will be in Sydney.

“We’re going through a lot, so I’m asking for some space and privacy. I love you Darrell – you have always been my hero.

On Instagram, Ms King and Mr Clennar said they were heartbroken as they shared a photo of Mr Beveridge at their last show on June 11.

“The joy, or what he would call the ‘hot sauce,’ he brought to our lives left a huge hole in our hearts,” they wrote.

“After we finished our set he said ‘that was fucking sick, I think that was the best show we’ve ever played’.”

On one of his favorite pub Instagram accounts, a Crickets Arms Hotel spokesperson wrote that there would always be a seat and cold Reschs waiting for Mr Beveridge.

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