‘Seinfeld’ & ‘Golden Girls’ Actor Charles Levin Found Dead In Oregon Woods Partia

Lawrence Kim
November 8, 2019

New details surrounding the July death of Charles Levin, best known for his roles on "The Golden Girls" and "Seinfeld", have been released by the Grants Pass, Ore., Department of Public Safety. Native information retailers stated the actor's son reported him lacking on July eight close to his dwelling in OR together with his canine Boo Boo Bear.

There have been additionally "indicators of animal scavenging possible within the type of turkey vultures as there was proof of chook feces on and across the physique", the report stated.

In response to the report, the actor's badly decomposed physique was discovered on the backside of a ravine, main authorities to consider he had fallen down whereas making an attempt to get assist. According to police reports, Levin was deceased days before he was found.

When he died, Levin had been within the strategy of transferring from Grants Go, Oregon, to the extra distant space of Cave Junction, round 30 miles south.

The 70-year-old's auto had been discovered at the top of the ravine with his pug Boo Boo Bear found deceased in the stranded vehicle.

The person, who asked not to be identified said, "His vehicle was pretty banged up and was off a logging trail. I think he might have made a few bad decisions". One outlet noted the actor's body was found "naked, missing internal organs and was wedged between trees".

Emergency responders arriving on the scene were forced to slide down the hill using a rope and pulley system to retrieve his body.

He is thought to have been trying to get home through a backroad when he became lost and ended up on a mountain path.

Levin was able to be identified through dental records with a coroner subsequently recording that his death was "accidental".

Eventually, according to reports, the writers believed that Coco's character would distract from the friendship of the girls, so the actor was replaced with Dorothy's mother Sophia.

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