Tim first got in contact with Anthony’s family after the comedic actor passed back in September — when his nephew found him lifeless in a Los Angeles store — the tabloid reports, with the
the ultimate goal to put something together for his 56th birthday.
The gravestone has several images of Anthony, from E.Z.E. in House Party to Ezal on Friday. The tombstone also came with Anony’s signature across the front, with an inscription that read: "Don't cry for me, I lived and made your ass laugh ... tell me I'm lying!"
According to TMZ, Anthony's widow, Lexis Jones Mason, worked with Cemetery Tim on the design and that the designer did not charge the family for any of the work.