Hollywood actor Eddie Hassell dies at 30 in Texas shooting

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By: Paromita Ghosh

Last Update: 2020-11-02 12:10:25 IST

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The actor is known for his roles in the movie "The Kids Are All Right" and on the NBC show "Surface." It is suspected that he could have been shot in the middle of a car theft.

American actor Eddie Hassell has died at the age of 30 after being shot in Texas ( USA ). According to ' Reuters ' and the US media, the actor would have died after having been in a shoot, in what is suspected to have been a car theft. 

Eddie Hassell dead: Actor, 30, shot in suspected carjacking

The police are still investigating the case and analyzing the evidence at the scene. According to the 'New York Times', the young man would have been shot in the stomach during the early hours of Sunday at the door of his partner's apartment, in Grand Prairie, a suburb of Dallas.

The actor's girlfriend was inside his house when the incident occurred, so he could not identify the culprit. The actor is known for his roles in the 2010 Oscar-nominated film "The Kids Are All Right" and on the NBC television show "Surface."

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