Heath Freeman, the ‘Bones’ actor, died at the age of 41.

Heath Freeman, well known for playing Howard Epps on Bones, has died. He was 41 years old. He was famous among 2000s kids

“We are heartbroken by the death of our beloved Heath Freeman. He leaves an indelible imprint in our hearts as a great human being with an intense and soulful spirit “In a statement, Freeman’s manager, Joe S. Montifiore, told People. “His life was marked by strong loyalty, affection, and generosity to his family and friends, as well as an incredible zest for life.”

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The statement went on, “He was very pleased of his recent film work and was looking forward to the next step of his career. His extraordinary legacy as a son, brother, uncle, friend, tremendously skilled actor and producer, consummate cook, and man with the most contagious and stunning laugh will live on in perpetuity. May his memories provide comfort to all who knew and loved him.”

While there are no immediate specifics on Freeman’s death, his friend, Shanna Moakler, stated in an Instagram remark that the actor “died in his sleep on Saturday in his home in Austin.”

Former Miss USA and actress Shanna Moakler wrote ‘Heartbroken to hear of the loss of my dear friend Heath Freeman, talented actor, director, producer, outstanding chef and a solid friend. You will be so dearly missed and I will cherish every amazing memory we all had…. and we have a lot of great ones!!Godspeed. ‘

Heath Freeman began his television career in the series Emergencies in 2001, followed by NCIS in 2003. His most well-known role is undoubtedly that of Howard Epps in Bones.

In addition to appearing in some independent films, the actor has recently begun work on several projects, including Possessed: The Exorcism (2021), Devil’s Fruit (2021), and Terror on the Prairie, which is set to be released in 2022.

Heath Freeman was also set to appear in The Outlaw Johnny Back, a western, and 12 Mighty Orphans, a drama.

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