Young "Star Trek" and "Little Giants" actor, Jon Paul Steuer, was found dead on New Year's Day in Portland, Oregon.
The 33-year-old actor's death has now been officially ruled a suicide. Steuer's death came as a shock to many back in January, and the talented young man was loved by many.
As reported by pagesix.com
Former “Star Trek” and “Little Giants” actor Jon Paul Steuer’s January death has been ruled a suicide.
Steuer, who was 33 years old, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, The Blast reported, citing Portland, Oregon, police.
Steuer played Alexander Rozhenko in “The Next Generation” saga of the sci-fi series and also held the role of Quentin Kelly in the ’90s sitcom “Grace Under Fire” before quitting acting.
His bandmates from the group P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S confirmed his death in a heartbreaking tribute in early January.
In recent news, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain shocked the world with an apparent suicide in a small French village. Bourdain was working on an episode of his television series at the time. Then, just previous to that, celebrity designer Kate Spade tragically took her own life. Hollywood and the celebrity lifestyle clearly has its own darker side that pushes people to the breaking point where they can no longer cope with their demons.
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