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"He was very close to his mother and sister," the friend said. He had his local priest and lots of good friends who were like family, including the 'Rizzoli' cast." The coroner report released Tuesday said investigators found a "makeshift altar" in Young's closet with "miscellaneous religious items displayed." The friend said a prior media report linking Young's depression to his faith was "a gross mischaracterization." A better explanation, the friend said, is that Young was drawn to his faith because he yearned for enlightenment and may have been "too sensitive" for this world. "Everyone at 'Rizzoli & Isles' is devastated by the news of the passing of Lee Thompson Young.
We are beyond heartbroken at the loss of this sweet, gentle, good-hearted, intelligent man," TNT, Warner Bros.
Young played the role of Al Gough, an FBI agent, in the ABC television drama Flash Forward.
He was written off the show in episode 7, when his character committed suicide to prevent the death of an innocent civilian.
No traces of opiates, alcohol, cocaine or other drugs were found in his system. 19 after he missed a call time on a production set and his manager requested a welfare check. The gun recovered from the scene was a 40 caliber Sig Sauer semi-automatic registered to Young, the coroner report said.
The actor didn't leave a suicide note, and his specific motive remains a mystery, officials said. You don't just do this," a close friend who's known Young since he was a teenager previously told the Daily News.
Personally, I simply do not believed this man committed suicide. When someone dies of a legit suicide, there are always signs.
Another notable role is the recurring role of Cyborg in the CW series Smallville.
The friend said Young was religious, following the faith practiced by the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria and southern Benin.
He took a trip to a Yoruba village with him mom several months before his death and attended a "beautiful ceremony," the friend said. Production of the hit Boston police drama "Rizzoli & Isles" was temporarily halted after Young's death.
He played National Guard rookie, Delmar, in The Hills Have Eyes 2 (2007).
In 2009, Young played a cocky surgical intern in the hit comedy show Scrubs.