Eddie Heisel, an actor best known for a recurring role on the NBC show “Surface” and according to his rep in the film “The Kids Are All Right”, Texas, died Sunday after being shot. He was 30.
According to the representative, Alan Mills, Mr. Haasel was shot in a Dallas suburb in Grand Slary outside his girlfriend’s apartment around 1am. Mr Mills said he was shot in the abdomen and taken to a nearby hospital, where he died.
Police officers reacted to the scene of the shooting at around 1:50 pm local time and Mr. Hassell, an spokesman for the Grand Prairie Police Department, Mark Baceda, said in an email that he was wounded by bullets. Officers underwent first aid and Mr. Hassell was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead, Mr. Beseda said.
Mr Beseda said police were investigating possible motives for the shooting. He said a car was taken from the spot, which was later recovered.
Mr Mills said he first saw reports of Mr Hassell’s death on social media Sunday and contacted the Hassell family. His death was confirmed by a cousin of the actor, Mr Mills said. Mr. Beseda said Mr. Hassell lived in Waco, Texas.
Mr. Hassell appeared in 10 episodes of “Surface”, staring actress Lake Bell in an actress-fi show about “a new, and often dangerous, species of marine life” that aired from 2005 to 2006. Occurred though According to IMDB.
In the 2010 film “The Kids Are All Right,” Mr. Heasel shot the teenager, whose friends (Josh Hutcherson and Mia Wasikowska) are being raised by two mothers (Julianne Moore and Annette Bing) while they are away Biological meets father (Mark Rafallo).
In the 2013 film “Jobs”, Mr. Hessel played the character of Chris Espinosa, who was 16 years old, making a circuit board for a neighbor named Ashton Jobs, played by Ashton Kutcher.
In his last acting credits, Mr. Haasel appeared in the 2017 film “Bomb City,” A crime thriller about punk rockers in a conservative city in Texas.
According to IMDB, Eddie Hasail was born on July 16, 1990 in Corsicana, Texas, near Dolas. By the age of 11, he had moved to Los Angeles to start acting and ended up finding a new hobby there. A 2013 profile that appeared in Elle magazine.
“Skateboarding has been a big part of my life; I found it in advertisements as well, ”Mr. Hasel told the magazine. “I was on horseback riding and rodeo in Texas and when I moved to LA, I got into skating. I did all my own stunts. I’m doing anything with a board: surfing, wakeboarding.”
Mary Fazio and Christine Hauser contributed reporting.