Moses J. Moseley has sadly passed away. On Monday, TMZ reported that Moseley's body was found in Georgia, and now his manager Tabatha Minchew has made a statement confirming the tragic news.
Moseley was "a bright light in the world," says manager
Moseley, who played zombie "Mike" in several seasons of The Walking Dead, was only 31 years old when he died. Minchew told People that the actor was "loved by everyone who met him." She referred to him as "a bright light in the world" and shared the positive impact he had on others, mentioning that he was "very talented" and "a great friend."
Minchew then went on to share that the star "was always excited about life and working in the entertainment business." A former model, Moseley had a handful of uncredited film roles before he appeared on The Walking Dead. He also played "Tic Toc" in an episode of Queen of the South, and "Usher" in an episode of Watchmen.
While TMZ revealed that Moseley's body was found in Stockbridge, Georgia on Wednesday, his cause of death is currently unknown. The Walking Dead's social media page has also acknowledged Moseley with a touching tribute. "Our thoughts and prayers are with our #TWDFamily member Moses J. Moseley," the show shared, along with a photo of Moseley.