Glee actor Mark Salling found dead

Following Pipe Dreams’ release, Salling told The Associated Press he had been a singer-songwriter long before he became an actor. It aired from 2009-15. One of his character’s friends was another jock-turned-singer, Finn Hudson, who was played by Cory Monteith. It went triple cardboard,” he joked. Winter said Salling was pronounced dead at 9 AM Tuesday, six hours after police received a report that he was missing. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Proctor didn’t discuss the cause of death, but said the actor’s family appreciated the support it is receiving and asked that a request for privacy be respected. 2018-01-31T08:28:18+00:00″>
Updated: January 31, 2018 8:28 am

Glee actor Mark Salling died of an apparent suicide on Tuesday. Earlier credits included 1996’s Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering, a 1999 guest role on the Chuck Norris series Walker, Texas Ranger and a part in the 2014 TV movie Rocky Road. Like his character on Glee, Salling was a jock, taking part in wrestling, rugby, basketball and other school sports when he wasn’t playing guitar or piano. A singer-songwriter as well as actor, he released two albums: “Smoke Signals” in 2008 and “Pipe Dreams” in 2010. He was scheduled to be sentenced March 7, and prosecutors planned to ask a judge to send him to prison for four to seven years. Soon after finishing school he moved to California to pursue an acting and music career and to study guitar at the Los Angeles Music Academy. Mark Wayne Salling was born Aug. By high school he was playing gigs in local bars. After seven years of failing to land any substantial roles, and having released just one album, Salling was ready to give up when his older brother, Matt, exhorted him to keep trying. He is survived by his parents and brother. Soon after he landed the role on Glee, where he quickly captivated audiences. A law enforcement official not authorized to speak publicly said Salling was found hanging in a riverbed area in the Tujunga neighborhood of Los Angeles. His performance of Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline even won praise from Diamond himself. This is not the first. The darkly handsome actor had appeared in only a handful of projects before his breakout role in Glee, the popular Fox TV series about students in a high school glee club and their circle of family and friends. “I was very excited about selling 125 units for that but you know this is something I’ve been doing my whole life. And I hope people enjoy it and have something to look forward to for the next round.”
He said he chose the album’s songs from 50 to 60 he had compiled over several years. “I put out a record before. Ed Winter, assistant chief investigator for the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, said the death is being investigated as a suicide. 17, 1982, in Dallas, the youngest child of John Salling, an accountant, and his wife, Condy, a school secretary. It’s not something that I just decided to randomly do now. Salling’s character on Glee was a member of the school’s football team who ends up joining the glee club. He cited Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails as among his musical influences. Mark Salling in a still from Glee. Monteith died in 2013 from a toxic mix of alcohol and heroin, according to a coroner’s finding. Salling pleaded guilty in December after authorities said a search of his computer and a thumb drive found more than 50,000 images of child porn. It won’t be the last. Related News
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