Ryan Dunn's family and best friend Bam Margera on Thursday attended a private funeral service to pay last respect to their beloved MTV prankster, who was killed in a car crash on Monday morning.

The private funeral service in West Chester, Pennsylvania, lasted for more than four hours.

The prankster’s best friend and Jackass cohort Bam Margera attended the funeral with his wife, Missy, and parents, Phil and April Margera, also Johnny Knoxville and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia actors Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney attended the funeral.

The Kings of Leon also paid tribute to Dunn on Wednesday night during their show in London's Hyde Park. Frontman Caleb Followill asked the audience to toast a friend of ours who's passed away, adding, This is for Ryan, before playing McFearless, from 2007's Because of the Times, MTV music reported.

Friends at the Westchester, Pennsylvania bar said Dunn was the life of the party.

Jared Followill, earlier this week tweeted, I'm heartbroken to say that our great friend we made over the last 8 months has passed away. Honestly in shock. Devastated. RIP Ryan Dunn.

Dunn, who celebrated his 34th birthday on June 11, will be buried in Ohio. A public memorial will be announced at a later date, the website reported. Dunn’s best friend Bam's mother said she considered Dunn her son. He's gonna be really missed by everybody, April Margera told NBC News on Tuesday.

The Today show reported that Dunn's family members flew to West Chester from Ohio and Florida to plan his funeral, telling NBC News, We are devastated by the loss. Ryan will be greatly missed, but he will forever be in our hearts.

According to a preliminary toxicology report by the Chester County coroner's office, Dunn's blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. The report also said that there were no drugs of abuse detected in Dunn's system.

Dunn was born in Ohio and grew up in New York before moving to West Chester. He then hooked up with Bam's CKY crew. He started off his career by doing stunts and skateboard tricks in a series of online videos, which later led to his part in MTV's Jackass in 2000. He was the star of his own short-lived MTV show, Homewrecker, and co-hosted G4's Proving Ground, which premiered last week but has since been pulled off the network's schedule, MTV reported.