Actor Brian Tarantina was found dead in his apartment in new York. As reported Мetro, the star of “Girls MOV” died at the age of 60 years.
The former actor was found dead in his Manhattan apartment in the early hours of Saturday morning. The police Department of new York confirmed the news to Metro.co.ru in a statement.
“On Saturday, November 2, 2019 at approximately 0040 hours the police responded to a 911 call insensitive husband. He starred as Bots in “Girls MOV,” – said in a statement.
Upon arrival the officers observed on his sofa 60-year-old man, unconscious and irresponsible, completely clothed.
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On the scene called paramedics and law enforcement officers. Now experts find out a cause of death. The investigation is continuing. His last project was “the Magnificent Mrs. Meisel”. It is alleged that near the body of Brian found a white powdery substance.
The publication claim that the star’s niece called 911 after they found him in his apartment. According to the newspaper, paramedics found near his body a white powdery substance that is believed like drugs “, but this is not confirmed. They say that will be confirmed by an official cause of death. Brian has starred in several films, including “Like Jacob’s ladder, uncle Tank,” “Boys Jerk”, “Summer of Sam” and “Knight and day”.
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