The Walking Dead stars and creators paid tribute to actor Moses J Moseley, who died aged 31.
Unarmed Moseley, Mike, a domestic zombie, starred in the post-apocalyptic horror TV show.
Co-star Jeremy Palko described the late actor as “a truly kind and wonderful person”.
The Walking Dead star Addy Miller said she was “so heartbroken to learn of the death of this kind and radiant soul.”
Another star of the show, Melissa Cowan, wrote on Facebook that Moseley is “really kind and classy” and “always kind, funny and [everyone] smiled.” what a piece “.
The show was also honored by an official Twitter account.
Born in South Carolina, Moseley moved with his family to Georgia, where he studied law. He once said he wasn’t going to be an actor, but one day after school he was contacted and asked if he wanted to act in a movie.
This film was 2012’s Joyful Noise starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, where he was cast to play a club player, which led to multiple screenings.
He went on to star in HBO’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Watchmen, and 2016’s Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories.
He has also published a book of inspirational quotes and slogans.
Talent agency Avery Sisters Entertainment said in a Facebook statement: “Moses was a brilliant actor, appearing in films such as ‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Queen of the South’ and ‘American Soul’, but much more. he is an incredible person.
“To those who knew him, he was the kindest, sweetest, and most generous person you could ever meet. They are far from us! “
Founding Artists agent Tabatha Minchew said in a statement, “Moses was a very talented man, with a bright light around him.
“We will miss his friends, family, and fans of him very much. Always surrounded by a sphere of joyful energy.”
His family reported him missing last week and the police are investigating the circumstances of his death.