Evan Ellingson Died From Fentanyl Overdose

(Cupventi.com) – Evan Ellingson, known for his role on “CSI: Miami,” passed away recently because of an accidental overdose of a drug called fentanyl.

The officials who look into these things, called the coroner’s office, confirmed this information. They said his death was an accident.

Evan, who was 35 years old, was found in his bedroom in Fontana, California, on November 5th. His dad shared that Evan had been dealing with problems with drugs for a long time, but he seemed to be doing better lately. The family is really sad and shocked about what happened.

Evan played a character named Kyle Harmon in “CSI: Miami.” He was the son of Detective Horatio Caine. He was in 18 episodes, and his last time on the show was in 2010.

Evan was also in other big shows and movies. In 2009, he acted alongside Cameron Diaz and Alec Baldwin in a movie called “My Sister’s Keeper.” He even had a part in a Clint Eastwood movie called “Letters from Iwo Jima.” Plus, he played Jack Bauer’s nephew in the TV series “24.”

Evan’s acting journey started in 2001 in a TV movie called “Living in Fear.” After that, he was in shows like “General Hospital,” “Titus,” “Mad TV,” and “Bones.”