The Walking Dead’ Star Moses J. Moseley Passes away at 31

Moses J. Moseley

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Moses J. Moseley an American actor, writer, and model born in Aiken, South Carolina on December 23, 1990, who was archaically known for his work in the series The Walking Dead, who also had guest-starring roles in TV shows like Queen of the South and Watchmen, was found dead on January 23, 2022,

A family member had filed a missing report, subsequently after having no contact with the actor for several days. They then contacted OnStar which tracked the car and that’s how his body was discovered.

Moseley’s corpse was discovered near the Hudson bridge in Stockbridge, Georgia, bearing evidence of a gunshot wound.

Recent reports by TMZ, via ET, divulged that the investigation is still going on to unravel the mystery surrounding his death and whether or not foul play was involved.

Moses J. Moseley was 31 at the time of his death.

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Moses initiated his career as a print model. He made his first two movie appearances in the movies “Joyful Noise” and “The Internship” before co-starring in TV shows such as Queen of the South, Watchmen, and BET American soul.

Moseley’s manager, Tabatha Minchew told that he was loved by everyone and was a bright light in everyone’s eyes.

Moseley’s delegate organization delivered an accolade post on their Facebook, applauding the late star and honoring his profession and gifts.

The official Twitter handle for The Walking Dead delivered a tweet in a homogeneous way recalling Moseley, who played Michonne’s pet walker “Mike”.

“With crushing sadness, agonizing pain, and sorrow, we at Avery Sisters Entertainment give our sincerest and most unimaginable sympathies to the loved ones of our entertainer, Moses J. Moseley.

We are really disheartened,” peruses the assertion by Gerra and Demia Avery. “For the people who knew him, he was unequivocally the most considerate, best, most liberal individual you could at any point meet. We will miss you beyond all doubt! Rest in Heaven!”

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