Actor Eddie Hassell Dies From Gunshot Wounds

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A immature actor named Eddie Hassell — best famous for his roles in a “Surface” and “Devious Maids.” — was shot and killed during a early hours of Nov. 1, 2020. The 30-year-old was found around 1:50 a.m. (CST) pang from apparent gunshot wounds in Grand Prairie, Texas.

The Grand Prairie Police Department expelled a matter observant Hassell was treated during a stage before being ecstatic to a sanatorium — where he was after conspicuous dead. The military serve settled that they were still questioning a situation.

HassellAt this time they do not have a transparent thought of what a ground was. Authorities also remarkable that a automobile was stolen from a stage and after recovered. The military dialect has asked for anyone with any information about this occurrence to greatfully hit them. They offering a prerogative of adult to $2,500 for any information that leads to an arrest.

According to The New York Times, he was outward of his girlfriend’s unit in a Dallas suburb. Hassell suffered from being shot in a abdomen. This information was given to a paper around his representative, Alan Mills. Mills perceived acknowledgment from a cousin of Hassell’s genocide after saying reports on amicable media.

Hassell was innate with a name Ed Taylor on Jul 16, 1990, in Corsicana, Texas. He was in dual episodes of “‘Til Death,” from 2006 to 2007. He portrayed Full Moon Murphy in an part of “Oliver Beene,” in 2004. He was also in a film “The Kids Are All Right,” that was after nominated for an Oscar.

In a 2013 film “Jobs,” Hassell starred alongside Ashton Kutcher. Hassell played Chris Espinosa, a glasses-wearing 16-year-old who is bewitched into building circuit play for his neighbor.

One of a final films he was in was “Bomb City;” expelled in 2017. The film is a crime thriller about punk rockers in an approved city in Texas.

In an essay that appears in Elle repository in 2013, Hassell described a few of his several hobbies. For a time period, he rode horses and achieved in rodeos in Texas. When he changed to Los Angeles he began skating. Further saying that he achieved his “own stunts.”

I’m into anything with a board: surfing, wakeboarding.

Written by Sheena Robertson

Sources:

The New York Times: Eddie Hassell, Actor in ‘Surface’ and ‘The Kids Are All Right,’ Dies during 30 by Azi Paybarah

CBS: Eddie Hassell, “The Kids Are All Right” actor, shot and killed in Texas

TV Guide: Eddie Hassell

CNN: Eddie Hassell, ‘Surface’ and ‘The Kids Are All Right’ actor, killed in Texas sharpened by Kay Jones

IMDb: Eddie Hassell: Biography

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