Appeared in series like “Bones”, “Tru Calling” or “NCIS”, comedian Heath Freeman died at the age of 41. He is said to have died in his sleep at his home.
We learn this Tuesday, November 16 of the death of the actor Heath freeman. Information confirmed by the US Sun (via here is) which, however, does not specify the circumstances of the death. The comedian was 41. According to a close friend, Shanna Moakler, he would have died in his sleep, at his home in Austin, Texas. Travis Barker’s ex wife (Blink-182 drummer) shared his grief (still via here is):
I am heartbroken to learn of the loss of my dear friend Heath Freeman, a talented actor, director and producer, exceptional conductor and staunch friend. I will miss you greatly and I will cherish all the amazing memories we had together…
A face that appeared in several series
Born June 23, 1980, Heath Freeman fit his first on screen in the famous series Emergency. A first small role the time of an episode which opened the door to many others thereafter. Indeed, he subsequently appeared in 2003 in the pilot of Tru calling with Eliza Dushku before starring in an episode of NCIS.
But it was especially in 2005 that he stood out by playing serial killer Howard Epps in Bones, the show worn by Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz.
In 2008, he got a recurring role in Raising the bar: Justice in Manhattan, series created by Steven Bochco and David Feige and broadcast for two seasons on TNT (on Jimmy in France). Since the 2010s, he had put aside the serial format to appear in feature films. Thus we find it credited in the horror movie The Wicked Within (2015) with Sienna Guillory or in Dangerous Housewife (2015) with Katherine Heigl and Patrick Wilson.
Finally, it was announced to the cast of two films still in production: Devil’s Fruit and Terror on the Prairie.