Former actor Evan Ellingson was found dead on Sunday at the age of 35. Ellingson, who has been absent from the screen since 2010, when his participation in the series ended CSI: MiamiHe became famous in cinema For my sisterDirected by Nick Cassavetes, in which he played the son of Cameron Diaz’s character.
His father had had drug problems for a few years, but was stable and living in recovery housing, making his death a shock to the family, his father told TMZ. According to the parent, it was other users of the space who found him lifeless and notified emergency services.
According to early forensic reports released by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department in Fontana, California, the cause of death has not yet been determined.
Ellingson started out in advertising until he landed a small role in a sitcom TitusFrom Fox I was 12 years old. After that, he starred in the sitcom Wildfrom ABC, as Kyle Savage, alongside Eric von Detten and Keith Carradine, having also been part of the cast CSI: Miami As Kyle Harmon, the son of Lieutenant Horatio Kane (David Caruso).
In cinema, he had small roles bondage (2006) or in the award-winning Letters from Iwo Jima (2006). However, he stood out most in the film as Cameron Diaz’s son and Abigail Breslin’s brother. For my sister. Breslin reacted to his colleague’s death, highlighting “what a kind, interesting, and incredibly talented human being he was.” “Evan was a really caring person.”
According to his Facebook page, Ellingson worked for a religious organization called Teen Challenge South California, and his hobbies included surfing, horseback riding and hiking.
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