The Texas local, who moved to Los Angeles at 11 to seek after an acting vocation, was lethally shot close to Dallas, his agent said.
Eddie Hassell, an entertainer most popular for a common function on the NBC show “Surface” and the film “The Kids Are All Right,” passed on Sunday subsequent to being shot in Texas, as per his delegate. He was 30.
Mr. Hassell was shot external his better half’s loft in Grand Prairie, a Dallas suburb, around 1 a.m., as per the delegate, Alan Mills. He was shot in the midsection and taken to a close by clinic, where he passed on, Mr. Plants said. A call looking for extra data from the Grand Prairie Police Department was not promptly returned.
Mr. Plants said he saw reports of Mr. Hassell’s passing prior Sunday via web-based media and reached the Hassell family. A cousin of the entertainer affirmed his passing, Mr. Factories said.
Mr. Hassell showed up in 10 scenes of “Surface,” a science fiction show gazing the entertainer Lake Bell, around “a new, and often dangerous, species of sea life,” which broadcasted from 2005 however 2006, as indicated by IMDB.
In the 2010 film “The Kids Are All Right,” Mr. Hassell played Clay, the pill-grunting adolescent whose companions (Josh Hutcherson and Mia Wasikowska) are being raised by two mothers (Julianne Moore and Annette Bening) when they meet their organic dad (Mark Ruffalo).
In the 2013 film “Jobs,” Mr. Hassell played Chris Espinosa, a bespectacled 16-year-old who is snagged into building circuit sheets for a neighbor named Steve Jobs, played by Ashton Kutcher.
In one of his last acting credits, Mr. Hassell showed up in the 2017 film “Bomb City,” a wrongdoing spine chiller about underground rockers in a traditionalist town in Texas.
Eddie Hassell was conceived on July 16, 1990, in Corsicana, Texas, close to Dallas, as per IMDB. By age 11 he had moved to Los Angeles to fire acting and wound up finding another side interest there, as per a 2013 profile that showed up in Elle magazine.
“Skateboarding’s been a huge part of my life; it also got me cast in commercials,” Mr. Hassell told the magazine. “I was into horseback riding and rodeos in Texas and when I moved to L.A., I got into skating. I did all my own stunts. I’m into anything with a board: surfing, wakeboarding.”
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