The Heartbreaking Death Of The Walking Dead Actor Moses J. Moseley

At just 31 years old, actor Moses J. Moseley has died. According to TMZ, the South Carolina native's body was found in the Hudson Bridge area of Stockbridge, Georgia last Wednesday. The police are actively investigating his death and whether it could have been a potential suicide. In a statement to People, Moseley's manager reflected on "The Walking Dead" star's impactful life. He said, "He was loved by everyone who met him. Such a bright light in everyone's eyes." The talent manager added that Moseley was a very talented actor and loyal friend. The statement closed, "He was always excited about life and working in the entertainment business."

"The Walking Dead" also posted a statement on social media in reaction to Moseley's death. The series shared a photo on Twitter of the star with the caption, "Our thoughts and prayers are with our #TWDFamily member Moses J. Moseley." Though he's best known for his role on the AMC series, Moseley boasts many other impressive acting credits.

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Moses J. Moseley had a long career in Hollywood

Moses J. Moseley began his acting career in 2010, according to The Guardian. After one of his classes at Georgia State University, the then-model was approached to appear in the highly anticipated film "Joyful Noise" starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton. This small but impressive role allowed Moseley to continue booking work in Hollywood.

One of his next jobs was an uncredited part in the blockbuster film "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." After nabbing parts in a few more films, Moseley appeared in USA Network's hit show "Queen of the South" and HBO's beloved limited series "Watchmen." According to his IMDb page, Moseley most recently wrapped three horror films that are currently in post-production. He was also reportedly filming a part in the short "Cadillac Respect". While these movies will mark the end of the star's film career, the impact he made on those lucky enough to know him will live on.