A genre actor described as having “a heart of gold” has passed away at a much-too-young age.
Moses Moseley–best known to horror fans as one of Michonne’s pet walkers on the popular AMC zombie series The Walking Dead–has passed away at the age of 31, according to a report on Deadline. AMC–in a Twitter post seen here–said its “thoughts and prayers are with our The Walking Dead Family member Moses J. Moseley.”
— The Walking Dead on AMC (@WalkingDead_AMC) February 1, 2022
Moseley’s passing was confirmed by his managers at Avery Sisters Entertainment. The police reportedly are investigating his death after his family listed him as missing last week. Sources said Moseley’s car was tracked to a location where his body was found in Stockbridge, Ga.
Avery Sisters Entertainment said in a statement that the company is “truly saddened” by the loss and they “offer our sincerest and deepest condolences to the family and friends of Moses Moseley. For those who knew him, he was the kindest, sweetest, most generous person you would ever meet.”
Moseley’s representative said in a statement that the actor was “extremely talented, and a beautiful person with a heart of gold. Anyone who knew Moses was truly blessed to have him in their lives.”
Moseley, a native of South Carolina, is best known for his role on The Walking Dead, but he also appeared in USA’s Queen of the South, BET’s American Soul, HBO’s Watchmen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Moseley was a guest at the very first CT HorrorFest in 2014. The actor appeared at the event with fellow pet walker Theshay West. An interview with the duo can be seen below.
The staff of Horror News Network extends its sincere condolences to Moseley’s family, friends and colleagues.