Leslie Nielsen wasn’t going to move on to the next world without having a little fun.
So the legendary comedian’s gravesite in Ft. Lauderdale is more playful than you’re likely to find in most cemeteries.
Located in picturesque Evergreen Cemetery, a witty inscription on his otherwise simple headstone reads “Let ‘er Rip,” a play on the actor’s often flatulence-inspired comedy. The gravesite is actually far less grand than one would expect of a famous Hollywood icon, but it’s not without its hidden treasures; the grave site’s bench is marked with another Nielsen-centric inscription that reads “Sit down whenever you can,” which was widely known to be his standard line of advice for actors or comedians who asked him for advice.
Know Before You Go
The grave is located in the northern part of the cemetery, near the center, between the drives at SE 12th Street Court and SE 12th Street.