The actor was best known for his role as serial killer Howard Epps in the TV series Bones.
Mourning in the world of television series. At the age of 41, actor Heath Freeman, best known for his role as serial killer Howard Epps in the TV series Bones, died.
The news of Heath Freeman’s death was first reported by her friend Shanna Moakler, former Miss USA and Pacific Blue star, later confirmed by the actor’s manager, Joe S. Montifiore.
“ We are truly devastated by the loss of our beloved Heath Freeman. A brilliant human being with an intense and soulful spirit, who has left an indelible imprint on our hearts. His life was filled with deep loyalty, affection, and generosity towards his family and friends, and an extraordinary zest for life – the manager told Deadline.
He was extremely proud of his recent work. film and was very excited for the next chapter of his career. His extraordinary legacy as a son, brother, uncle, friend, an extraordinarily gifted actor and producer, gifted cook, and a man with the most contagious and spectacular laugh, will live on forever. May his memory be a blessing for all those who knew and loved him ”. So far the circumstances of the actor’s untimely death have not been formalized. Shanna Moakler only specified that Heath Freeman ” died in his sleep at his home in Austin”.
“I am heartbroken to learn of the loss of my dear friend Heath Freeman, a talented actor, director, producer, outstanding conductor, and faithful friend. I will miss you so much and I will keep all the great memories we were able to share, ”said Shanna Moakler.
Heath had studied theater and film at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and then at the University of Texas at Austin. He made his debut in the world of TV series in 2001 with a small part in ER – Medici In Prima Linea.
In 2003 he joined the cast of NCIS as Benjamin Frank, then made his name by playing serial killer Howard Epps in Bones. He recently appeared in the series “Trust Me”, “Without a Trace” and “Lawyers in New York”. He had recently worked on two films: “Devil’s Fruit” and “Terror on the Prairie”.