Moses J. Moseley who played a pet zombie on “Walking Dead” was reportedly found dead last week. He was only 31-years-old.

According to TMZ, Moseley was found inside his car with a gunshot wound in Stockbridge, Georgia per his parents. His death is currently under investigation although authorities are treating it as a possible suicide.

“Everyone loved Moses. He never met a stranger. He loved his fans as much as his family and friends. He was always excited to get auditions and work,” Moseley’s representative, Tabatha Minchew said to Fox News.

“He was the kind of person who you could call in the middle of the night if you needed to talk or needed anything. He will be deeply missed by so many, his friends, family, costars and fans,” Minchew added.

Moseley was last heard of by his family on Jan. 23. They allegedly made calls to hospitals but ended up with nothing.

It was after that the family filed a missing person report was filed by his family on Wednesday. The family tracked the actor’s car and was discovered with the help of Onstar.

The 31-year-old started with modeling and screen acting in 2010. After taking on roles on “The Hunger Games Catching Fire and “The Internship,” the actor’s biggest break came in 2012 when he joined the cast of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”

There, he played the part of being one of Michonne’s pet zombies for several seasons.

After those appearances, Moseley also took on supporting roles in series such as “Watchmen,” “Tales,” “American Soul” and “Queen of the South.”

He also made appearances on “Loose Screws,” “Attack of the Southern Fried Zombies” and “Doll Murder Spree.”

Before his death, Moseley has some upcoming projects that include the horror films “Hank” and “Descending.”

Moses Moseley and Wyntergrace Williams
Moses Moseley and Wyntergrace Williams Getty Images | Amy Graves/WireImage

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