Seinfeld actor Charles Levin was found dead back in July. And now, nearly four months later, the details of his death have been released. And it isn’t pretty.
According to USA Today, Levin died as a result of an accidental fall in a remote area of Southern Oregon. According to the police report, Levin had gotten lost and became stranded in his car, when he went to supposedly look for help.
The 70-year old’s body was eventually found at the bottom of a ravine.
“There were signs of animal scavenging likely in the form of turkey vultures as there was evidence of bird feces on and around the body,” the report stated.
Other relevant details released in the report included the fact that the area around his front tires “appeared to have been disturbed in an apparent attempt to free the vehicle.” The report also stated that Levin’s dog was found deceased within the stranded vehicle.
It’s a sad ending to a bright career, a career that had Levine appearing in a number of television shows including Golden Girls, Night Court, Law & Order and of course Seinfeld. He also appeared in the Woody Allen film Annie Hall.
We send our heartfelt condolences to all of Levin’s family, friends and fans.