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Et has learned that Brad Bufanda has committed suicide at age 34. The actor died on Wednesday. A rep for Bufanda tells Et, “We are completely devastated for he was an extremely talented young actor and wonderful, caring human being. He was reviving his career having just completed two movies and we are shocked and saddened by his passing. The family would appreciate privacy at this difficult time.”
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Coroner’s office tells Et that Bufanda’s death has been ruled a suicide.
“[Bufanda] did commit suicide on the 1st [Wednesday]. He was found by a transient and was reported to law enforcement and pronounced dead at 12:40 a.m.," the spokesperson says. "There was a suicide note found and it gave his parents' name and it was thanking people in his life.”
The spokesperson adds, “It’s not confirmed, but the thought is maybe he jumped from the 12th or 13th floor of
Bufanda committed suicide after jumping from a building, according to our sister site Deadline. He was 34 years old.
Bufanda appeared in a total of 10 Veronica Mars episodes. Creator Rob Thomas on Friday said he was “heartbroken” to hear of Bufanda’s passing:
I'm heartbroken to hear of Brad Bufanda's passing. He did great work on Veronica Mars. My heart goes out to his family.
— Rob Thomas (@RobThomas) November 3, 2017
Ahead of booking Veronica Mars, Bufanda’s TV credits included mainly one-off guest spots,
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office confirmed to People that Bufanda was pronounced dead at the scene on Friday, 40 minutes after midnight. “He had evidentially jumped from a building,” the spokesperson said, adding that the “autopsy is done and it has been ruled an suicide.”
The spokesperson added that Bufanda died from blunt traumatic injuries related to suicide.
Bufanda had a recurring role on seasons 1 and 2 of Veronica Mars, playing Felix Toombs, a member of a biker gang. He had also appeared on Malcom in the Middle,
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The winner of four Oscars, including Best Picture, Clint Eastwood’s 1992 film “Unforgiven” is the last Western he directed and starred in, and he made it count. About an aging outlaw tasked with one final job, the film examines the myths of the West and how they’re perverted and distorted over time, as well as the contradictions within established national archetypes. It’s arguably Eastwood’s defining masterpiece, and one of the very best films of the 90s. See it immediately.
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