After falling to his death on Saturday from the window of his sixth-floor apartment, friends and family gathered at Bobby Spillane's uncle's funeral home to make arrangements for a wake. As they shared stories of their experiences with Spillane, a picture of a caring, honest man seems to emerge. Comedian Colin Quinn told the Daily News, "[Bobby Spillane] was a standup guy. He was the most loyal of friends...he was my best friend." But now, officials are unsure if his death was an accident.

Spillane reportedly fell after calling out to his brother on the street from the window. He was leaning on the screen, which gave way, causing him to fall. But according to the Post, the initial police report said Spillane had jumped. Spillane had battled depression in his life, as well as substance abuse problems, but his wife said, "He absolutely was not suicidal." An autopsy conducted yesterday was inconclusive, and a toxicology test will be performed.

Spillane was an actor and playwright, appearing in TV shows like "Law & Order" and penning an off-Broadway show called "All Dolled Up" about a cross-dressing mobster. Spillane and Quinn were collaborating on a new play called "A Hell’s Kitchen Story," based on familiar characters in the neighborhood. But Quinn told the Times, "It can’t go on without him." A wake will be held tomorrow and Wednesday at the McManus & Ahern funeral home on West 43rd Street.