Remains Found in Oregon Believed to be 'Seinfeld' Actor Charles Levin

Lawrence Kim
July 16, 2019

Actor Charles Levin, who appeared in Seinfeld, is believed to have died after his vehicle became trapped along a remote road in the northwestern U.S. state of OR, officials said.

He also portrayed the mohel who snips part of Jerry's finger in the "Seinfeld" episode "The Bris" and Coco, the gay cook, on the pilot of "The Golden Girls".

What Happened to Charles Levin?

He additionally starred in "Alice", "Hill Avenue Blues", "Doogie Howser, M.D.', and "Night time Courtroom'".

Levin also had roles in films, such as "The Golden Child". But he hasn't been on-camera since 1998.

Levin was in the process of moving when he went missing last week, CNN affiliate KTVL reported.

The actor, 70, was reported missing from Grants Pass, Oregon on July 8 by his son after he hadn't heard from his father for several days, The Oregonian/OregonLive reported. He was supposed to have moved out of his old apartment by July 1. They tried to determine his last known whereabouts. Nearly a week after his disappearance, a resident living near the terrain where the search was in progress found Levin's Fiat on July 13. A resident found Levin's vehicle, An orange 2012 Fiat in a remote unknown location. Troopers found the remains of Levin's dog on Saturday.

A more intense search resumed in the area closer to where the auto was found.

An in depth search of the steep and rugged terrain close by lastly led to the discovering of some human stays after a number of hours.

There is a "high likelihood" the stays are those of Levin, The Grants Circulate Department of Public Safety mentioned Sunday. The final identification of the remains will be done by the medical practitioner soon.

He was reported missing earlier in the week by his Los Angeles-based son, local media reported.

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