Los Angeles, USA
The actor Moses J. Moseley, one of the most popular “zombies” of the series “The Walking Dead”, has died at the age of 31, as reported this morning by his manager, Tabatha Minchew, on his Instagram account.
Several American media that pick up the news indicate that his body has been found on a bridge over the highway in the Hudson Bridge area in Stockbridge (Georgia), days after his family filed a missing person report.
“I love you @mosesmoseley, we had so many amazing years of friendship together, we always had so much fun together. I’m glad you’ve been a part of our family for so long. I wish we had more time. You will be sorely missed,” Minchew wrote after meeting the news.
Moseley, who began his career as a model and actor in 2010, became popular after playing the role of the iconic zombie pet Michonne in the series “The Walking Dead” between 2013 and 2015; He was also part of the HBO series “Watchmen” and acted in the movie “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” 2013).
Apparently, the open investigations to clarify the facts focus on a possible suicide and family sources have confirmed that the actor’s body had a gunshot wound.