Tragic News: Young Actor from My Sister’s Keeper, who played Cameron Diaz’s Son, Found Dead in LA Sober Living Home

  • The star also collaborated with David Caruso on the TV series CSI: Miami.
  • He also had a role as Kiefer Sutherland’s nephew on the TV series 24.
  • Evan’s passing was confirmed by his father, Michael, to TMZ on Monday.
  • Michael added that Evan had struggled with drug addiction but had been improving in recent years.

Former child actor Evan Ellingson tragically passed away at the age of 35.

Standing at 6ft1in, he gained recognition for his work on popular TV shows such as CSI: Miami with David Caruso, 24 with Kiefer Sutherland, and in the movie My Sister’s Keeper as Cameron Diaz’s son.

According to a report from TMZ, Evan was found deceased in his sober living facility in San Bernardino County, Southern California on Sunday.

Evan’s father Michael confirmed his passing. He mentioned that Evan had struggled with drug addiction, but had made significant progress in recent years and was in recovery.

According to the coroner’s office, there is no evidence of foul play, and the cause of death is yet to be revealed.

Sad loss: Former child actor Evan Ellingson has died at the age of 35, according to TMZ which spoke to his father. Seen in 2009

TV actor: The 6ft1in star. left, was best known for his work with David Caruso, right, on the TV series CSI

The actor, born in La Verne, Southern California, seemed to have taken a lengthy hiatus from Hollywood before his unfortunate passing.

Evan had not appeared on screen for over a decade.

His final role was as Kyle Harmon in a 2010 episode of CSI: Miami, where he had a recurring role in 18 episodes.

He made his acting debut as ‘young Chuck’ at the age of 12 in the 2001 TV movie Living In Fear.

Subsequently, he played Young Luke Spencer in a 2001 episode of the soap opera General Hospital.

He also had a minor role as Alden Boy in the 2001 film The Gristle.

From 2001 to 2002, he starred in 10 episodes of the TV series Titus alongside Christopher Titus and Stacy Keach.

A hit film: Seen left in 2009’s My Sister’s Keeper with Abigail Breslin

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