Former actor and standup comic Howie Godnick Has Passed Away

Howie Godnick Peloton Cause of Death – Passed Away: Former actor, standup comedian and street mime Howie Godnick of New York, New York has passed away. The cause of his death is currently unknown at the time of this publication. Howie was known for writing Unbelievable poems on the Official Peloton Member Page.

Howie Godnick went to Bayside High School. He received his law degree from New York Law School, where he graduated first in his class and served as the Notes and Comments Editor of the New York Law School Law Review. He was also a finalist for the Public Justice Foundation’s Trial Lawyer of the Year Award in 2007 and received the Award of Courage for his perseverance in overcoming a series of medical challenges.

Prior to law school, he worked as an actor, street mime, and stand-up comedian, appearing as a regular extra and bit-part player on Saturday Night Live from 1981 to 1983. Howie is a member of the American Bar Association’s Litigation Section.

Howie Godnick (@godnick) was a popular member of ClubHouse’s Peloton Riders, with approximately 164 Following and 85 Followers.

Andrew Poretz posted on his Facebook page, “Today I lost an old friend, Howie Godnick, to, I believe, a heart attack while riding his Peloton. He’d survived other heart attacks. He just attended the wedding of his son a couple of weeks ago. The photo here, from that wedding, shows a moment of incredible joy and pride for his son.”

Howie Godnick obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by his family.

Photo credit – Andrew Poretz

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