‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Co-Star Alan O’Neill Found Dead At 47
On Wednesday night, Sons of Anarchy Alan O’Neill was found dead in their Los Angeles apartment. O’Neill reportedly had a history of heart conditions and was known to be a heavy smoker with a drinking problem. There seems to be no foul play.
He was 47-years-old and born in Ireland. O’Neill starred in Sons of Anarchy, an American crime drama that follows an outlaw motorcycle club, as Hugh.
His agent, Annette Walsh, said she’ll miss O’Neill’s presence, which she did whether if he was on the other side of the world or not.
“I’ll personally miss knowing Alan isn’t sharing the planet with us any longer, despite the miles between L.A. and Dublin, Alan was only ever a phone call away,” she said.
O’Neill debuted his acting career in the 1997 film Ballseedy, then starred in the mini-series Rebel Hearts. He also performed in other productions such as Strangers in the Night (2002), 32A (2007), Moore Street Masala (2009) and more.
His most recent movie credits include 2016’s Urge as the Captain and his role as Pepper in Charlie Lives: The Family’s Return, an upcoming horror film.
His death was confirmed by his manager Greg Meyer.