Still no answer is forthcoming on the reasons for the death of Las Vegas iconic entertainer Danny Gans, who died suddenly and unexpectedly at the age of 52 in his Henderson, Nevada home on May 1.
Although “all the initial information is in,” says Clark County Cororner Michael Murphy, referring to toxicology reports submitted to medical examiners, “it’s not available for release, and we’re still poring over the information.” He added that they have “gathered what we believe is all the critical information, and we anticipate an answer within the next couple of weeks,” but said it could take longer.
Murphy declined to speculate about possible findings. Gans’ family members have said he was on medication to control high blood pressure, but otherwise had no health issues as far as they knew.
According to Chip Lightman, Gans’ manager, the night before Gans died, the entertainer slept poorly.
A memorial service for Gans was held May 21 at the Wynn Encore, where Gans had performed. Those in attendance included his wife and his three children, Amy, Andrew and Emily, and Donny and Marie Osmond, Steve and Elaine Wynn, Clint Holmes, Rita Rudner, Criss Angel, Carrot Top, George Wallace, and former Nevada Governor Bob Miller.