Her biggest role on the big screen was in “The Boys Are All Right,” a family drama directed by Lisa Cholodenko and starring Julianne Moore.
Eddie hassell, actor known for his roles in the films ‘The boys are fine’ and ‘Jobs’ and in series such as ‘Bones’, ‘Surface’ and ‘Maids and evil’, died in a shooting at age 30.
As reported by Deadline, Hassell was shot in the stomach outside his girlfriend’s apartment located in Grand Prairie, Texas, at approximately 1 a.m. on Sunday. The shooting is currently under investigation and so far, the motive for the shooting is unclear and no suspect has been detained.
Hassell’s girlfriend was in her apartment when the events took place, but did not see the assailant. His neighbors came to his aid and called the emergency services. After being shot, Hassell died in hospital.
His biggest role on the big screen was in ‘The Boys Are All Right’, a family drama directed by Lisa Cholodenko and starring Julianne Moore, Annette Bening, Mark Ruffalo and Josh Hutcherson in which he played Clay, the wily best friend. of Hutcherson’s character, Laser. He also appeared in ‘Jobs’, the biopic of the founder of Apple starring Ashton Kutcher where he played Chris Espinosa.
On the small screen, his most important role was that of Phil Nance, the best friend of Miles (Carter Jenkins), in the series ‘Surface’ where he participated in a total of 10 chapters. Hassell also had a recurring role on the Lifetime drama series “Maids and Wicked” created by Marc Cherry. He played the character of Eddie Suarez, son of Marisol de Ana Ortiz. The series, which ran for four seasons, followed four Latina maids who worked in Beverly Hill.
In a short but intense career Hassell accumulated numerous television credits in popular titles such as ‘Studio 60’, ‘Southland’, ‘Til Death’, ‘Longmire’ or ‘Bones’.
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