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‘Walking Dead’ actor Moses J Moseley, dead at 31, Cops suspect suicide

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  • Moseley is most known for her role as a pet zombie in the post-apocalyptic TV drama The Walking Dead, but he also appeared in HBO’s Watchmen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Moses J Moseley, a 31-year-old actor, has died. He was well recognized for his appearance on The Walking Dead as one of the zombies. He also appeared in HBO’s Watchmen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in 2013.

Tabatha Minchew, the actor’s manager, announced his death on Monday.

“Everyone loved Moses. He never met a stranger. He loved his fans as much as his family and friends. He was always excited to get auditions and work,” Minchew said.

Furthermore, Moseley’s talent manager Gail Tassell told CNN, “We are heartbroken by his loss and he will forever be in our hearts and deeply missed.”

“He was a very beautiful person and an extremely talented actor. There really are no words to express the tragic loss of Moses. We just absolutely loved him.”

The official Walking Dead account tweeted: “Our thoughts and prayers are with our TWDFamily member Moses J. Moseley.”

In the zombie series, Moseley plays a pet walker for Michonne, played by Danai Gurira. Jeremy Palko, who played Andy alongside him on the show, said he was “heartbroken.”

“Just an absolute kind and wonderful human being,” he wrote. “You will be missed my friend.”

Meanwhile, his family contacted the in-vehicle safety and security provider OnStar, which was able to track and locate Moseley’s car around the Hudson Bridge region of Stockbridge, Georgia, where his body was discovered.

Moseley, who was born in Aiken, South Carolina, works as both an actor and a model, which he began doing in 2010. After being approached after a lecture at Georgia State University, he was requested to appear in the film Joyful Noise alongside Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton.

Moseley’s family reported him missing earlier this week, and an investigation into his death is ongoing, according to TMZ.

If you or someone you know needs help, contact the National Center for Mental Health Crisis Hotline through the following hotlines: toll-free Luzon-wide landline (1553), Globe/TM (0966-351-4518 and 0917-899-8727), or Smart/Sun/TNT (0908-639-2672).

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