Evan Ellingson, an actor finest recognized for his childhood roles in My Sister’s Keeper and CSI: Miami, has died. He was 35.
The San Bernardino County coroner confirmed the information of Ellingson’s dying on Sunday. The authority stated the actor was found useless in a bed room of his Fontana, Calif., residence shortly after 11:30 a.m. native time.
The reason for Ellingson’s dying will not be recognized. The coroner’s workplace stated an post-mortem was scheduled for Monday morning, although outcomes haven’t but been printed.
Foul play will not be suspected.
TMZ was first to report information of Ellingson’s dying.
Ellingson’s father advised the outlet his son had been a resident of a sober-living dwelling on the time of his dying. Michael Ellingson stated the actor struggled with dependancy up to now however had been bettering.
Ellingson had not labored in movie or tv in over a decade, in accordance with his IMDb web page.
He is finest recognized for enjoying the son of Cameron Diaz and Jesse Fitzgerald within the 2009 movie My Sister’s Keeper. Ellingson additionally portrayed Kyle Harmon, the son of day shift supervisor Horatio Caine (performed by David Caruso), within the TV drama CSI: Miami.
Ellingson’s different credit embrace Letters from Iwo Jima, 24 and a 2001 look on General Hospital.
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