Family, friends and colleagues are mourning the death of TV pitchman Billy Mays and are awaiting an autopsy to determine the cause of his sudden death. The autopsy is expected to be completed today. Police say they don't suspect foul play. Mays was found unresponsive in his Tampa, Fla., home Sunday. Police say Mays told his wife he didn't feel well when he went to bed Saturday night. Earlier in the day, the 50-year-old said he was hit on the head when his airliner had a rough landing at Tampa Bay's airport. Billy Mays' face was easily recognizable, pitching OxiClean, which he said got out even the toughest of stains, and Orange Glo, which he said shined up any wood around the home. On the commercial he tells customers "I love beautiful wood. Perhaps his most famous line at the beginning of his pitch is "Hi. Billy Mays here." Besides his wife, Mays is survived by a 3-year-old daughter and a stepson in his 20s, according to police.