Moses J. Moseley, a frequent zombie character on “The Walking Dead,” has perished, according to Fox News Digital. He was 31 years old.
“Moses was adored by everybody. He never encountered a stranger. He adored his followers just as much as he adored his family and friends. He was always ecstatic to obtain auditions and jobs “Tabatha Minchew, Moseley’s representative, stated in a statement to Fox News Digital on Monday.
According to TMZ, Moseley’s body was discovered dead last week near Stockbridge, Georgia, and authorities are investigating his death to determine if foul play is suspected.
According to a family member, Moseley’s body was located around the Hudson Bridge area on Monday after the family had been unable to contact Moseley since Sunday of last week.
Moseley’s family told the gossip site that they had been calling numerous hospitals but had been unable to locate the actor, so they decided to submit a missing person’s report on Wednesday. It wasn’t until Moseley’s family called OnStar that his vehicle was tracked down to the Hudson Bridge, where his death was discovered with a claimed gunshot wound, according to TMZ.
According to the publication, police are hard at work investigating the reason and manner of Moseley’s death.
Moseley first appeared on “The Walking Dead,” when he played one of Michonne’s pet zombies from 2012 until 2015.
Moseley, who was born in Aiken, South Carolina, has been in a number of films, including “Joyful Noise,” “The Internship,” “Queen of the South,” and HBO’s “Watchmen.”