The Walking Dead Actor Moses J Moseley, who has also starred in Hunger Games, was found dead last week. The actor died due to a gunshot wound at the age of 31. Moseley’s body was found wounded in Stockbridge, Georgia. Currently, police are investigating whether any foul play is suspected or it is a possible suicide. Cast members of The Walking Dead took to Twitter to show their grievances on the death of Moseley.
Cause of Death – A Possible Suicide or Murder?
Moseley’s family members reported to TMZ that he had been missing since Saturday. They also informed that they had checked all the local hospitals, but they failed to find him. The missing report was then filled out on Wednesday. The Police then fund the deceased body eventually. The family was suspects that the death was a cause of kidnapping and murder as Moseley was found in a locked car with a gunshot wound to the face.
The gun was found on his lap on Wednesday. While speaking to TMZ, Moses’s sister alleged that she believed he was killed three days before the body was discovered. She claims that those who knew Moses very well knew that he loved life and would never take his own life.
Law enforcement is suspecting the death to be a possible suicide. Still, after the allegation of a family member of Moseley, it is being determined whether someone else pulled the trigger.
Interview with Family
The family told the press that they had been contacting various hospitals to locate the actor’s whereabouts. It was on last Wednesday when they decided to file the missing report. The family then contacted Onstar, and the vehicle was tracked down in Hudson Bridge.
The walking dead actor had just wrapped up a movie where coincidently, he had played a role of a man who died in a tragic accident. According to Moses’s sister, the actor was happy with his career and where it was heading.
The car was found in a city on the outskirts of Atlanta. Henry County Police Department informed that the car was found dead behind Tammi’s Dry Cleaning shop. The car was tracked down after the family of Moseley filed a missing report on January 31.
When the County police reached the scene, they found Moseley in his Black Chevy Camaro on the driver’s seat. They also found a black Handgun laying on Moses’s lap. The body was lying with a gunshot wound on the right side of his face. The door was locked from the inside. When the car was opened, the officers confirmed the body through Georgia’s driver’s license on his lap.
Works of Moses J Moseley
Moses gained fame through starring as one of Michonne’s zombies in The Walking Dead from 2012 to 2015. Before the event, Moses had signed a short film called Cadillac Respect with the role of Chris Ayers. The role is short, but Christopher Michale Dailey believed it was meaningful, and Moses handled it with perfection.
He appeared in many films like Joyful Noise, starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, and The Internship, having Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. He even had a role in Hunger Games: Catching Fire which aired in 2013. Many of the filmmakers took to Twitter to pay tribute to the actor.