Heath Freeman, star of the Fox series Bones dies at the age of 41

By | November 16, 2021

Heath Freeman Death – Cause of Death – On Sunday, 14th of November 2021, star of the Fox series Bones and CBS’s NCIS, Heath Freeman unexpectedly died at the age of 41. Freeman died in his sleep, former Miss USA and Pacific Blue star Shanna Moakler said on Sunday. The news was later confirmed by Freeman’s manager to EW.

Freeman was best known for his characters in NCIS and Bones, where he portrayed a serial killer named Howard Epps. In addition to making his first performance on ER, some of his other credits include NCIS, The Closer, Without a Trace, and Raising the Bar. He was also a co-star and co-writer of 2011’s indie film Skateland, Comicbooks said in a release.

In honor of the fallen Icon, millions have shared their tributes:

Justin Patrick said; “This is Heath Freeman. Those of you that had the privilege to have had known him, know his generosity and compassion for his friends and family. I’m so appreciative of the journeys we’ve shared and the mischief along the way. We love you Heath! You will be missed.”

Daily Mail wrote; “He was so smart, so charming, so deep, so generous and such a damn force of nature 💔”

Entertainment Weekly wrote; “Heath Freeman, the actor known for playing the first serial killer to appear on the Fox procedural ‘Bones,’ has died.”

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