Heath Freeman, who starred in ‘Bones’ and ‘NCIS,’ has died at the age of 41.
Heath Freeman, an actor who appeared on shows like “Bones” and “NCIS,” died at the age of 41.
Joe S Montifiore, Freeman’s manager, confirmed his death to both NBC News and People.
“The loss of our beloved Heath Freeman has left us devastated.
People quoted Montifiore’s statement as saying, “A brilliant human being with an intense and soulful spirit, he leaves us with an indelible imprint in our hearts.”
“His life was marked by deep loyalty, affection, and generosity toward his family and friends, as well as a remarkable zest for life.”
“His incredible legacy as a son, brother, uncle, friend, extraordinarily gifted actor and producer, consummate cook, and man with the most infectious and spectacular laugh will live on forever,” according to the statement.
“To all who knew and loved him, may his memory be a blessing.”
There were no details released about Freeman’s death.
“Heartbroken to hear of the loss of my dear friend Heath Freeman, talented actor, director, producer, outstanding chef, and a solid friend,” model Shanna Moakler wrote in an Instagram post.
You’ll be sorely missed, and I’ll treasure every wonderful memory we shared.”
From 2005 to 2007, Freeman portrayed serial killer Howard Epps on “Bones” and Benjamin Frank on “NCIS” in 2003.
He’s also appeared on “The Closer,” “Raising the Bar,” and “ER.”
In 2010, he wrote and produced the film “Skateland.”