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Eddie Hassell, who starred in NBC’s Surfaces and Lifetime’s Devious Maids, was shot and killed in Texas on Nov. 1, TMZ reported. I was 30 years old.

Hassell’s representative told TMZ that the actor was shot and killed during what appeared to be a carjacking early Sunday morning in Grand Prairie, Texas. The shooting happened outside his girlfriend’s apartment, according to TMZ. According to KPRC, the deadly shooting was reported around 1:50 a.m. in the 3000 block of West Bardin Road. Hassell was found by police with a gunshot wound and was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead, the Houston news station reported.

No other details were given as the incident is under investigation, Hassell’s manager told Variety.

The actor, who was originally from Corsicana, Texas, according to his IMDb page, moved to Los Angeles at age 11 to pursue his acting career full time. Hassell’s biggest role was playing Phil Nance on the NBC sci-fi show Surface, which also starred Leighton Meester and Lake Bell.

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Today I lost a friend and the world lost a great fucking guy. Eddie had just sent me this photo the other day. We remember the good old days of filming Surface. He said we didn’t know how well we had it. I argued that we knew. We were living the dream. Edddday, boy, I’ll love you forever. This is bullshit, man. If you met Eddie or liked his work, please share a message or memory here.

A post shared by Carter Jenkins (@carterjenkins) on Nov 1, 2020 at 4:22 pm PST

After his death, fellow Surface actor Carter Jenkins posted a tribute to his former co-star on Instagram. He wrote:

Today I lost a friend and the world lost a great fucking friend. Eddie had just sent me this photo the other day. We remember the good old days of filming Surface. He said we didn’t know how well we had it. I argued that we knew. We were living the dream. Edddday, boy, I’ll love you forever. This is bullshit, man. If you met Eddie or liked his work, please share a message or memory here.

In addition to guest-starring on numerous television shows, including Bones, Southland, ‘Til Death, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Hassell also appeared on the big screen in such films as The Kids Are All Right with Annette Benning and Julianne Moore, and The Family Tree, starring Rachel Leigh Cook and Dermot Mulroney.

Actor Eddie Hassell arrives at the Open Road Films and Five Star Feature Films’ “Jobs” screening at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live. Live on August 13, 2013.

In 2013, he appeared in the Ashton Kutcher movie Jobs, about Steve Jobs. Hassell played Chris Espinosa, a neighbor of Jobs who was recruited at age 16 to build circuit boards in the garage of the Apple founder.

Hassell Was an Avid Skateboarder & Surfer & Was Interested in Gothic Photography

Besides acting, Hassell had a passion for skateboarding and surfing. She said in a 2013 interview with Elle magazine: “Skateboarding has been a big part of my life, it also landed me a role in commercials. I liked horseback riding and rodeos in Texas and when I moved to Los Angeles I started skating. I did all my own stunts. I like anything with a board: surf, wakeboard. ”

A post shared by 🦇Eddie Hassell🦇 (@eddie_hassell) on Sep 18, 2020 at 2:42 pm PDT

In September, Hassell shared a photo of himself surfing at BSR Cable Park & ​​Surf Resort in Texas.

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🎧 Currently listening: “27” – Make Them Suffer @: @villejuurikkala • • • • • • • #Hollywood #death #PunkRock #love #California #Finland #Metal #fashion #photography #goth #swag #tbt #throwbackthursday

A post shared by 🦇Eddie Hassell🦇 (@eddie_hassell) on Sep 13, 2018 at 8:19 pm PDT

Her Instagram page showed that Hassell was also interested in Gothic photography. She shared black and white photos of churches and castles she visited around the world.

Hassell’s ‘Bomb City’ Producer Shared a Tribute on Instagram Following His Death

Elizabeth Martin, who was an associate producer and key makeup artist on the 2017 film Bomb City, in which Hassell played the role of Oles, shared a tribute to the late actor on Instagram.

She wrote: “You were dearer to me than all the bats in all the caves in the world, @eddie_hassell. I loved you more than heaven in Texas. You pissed me off more than anyone I’ve ever met, and I loved every ounce of you for it. Rest in peace. You will always have my heart. ”

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I’ll see you on the other side of that skating barn in the sky, Cowboy. Always love You.

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Bomb City’s Twitter account posted: “We are devastated to learn that one of our lead actors and family members was taken from us this morning too early. Please keep us and Eddie’s family in your prayers.

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