Alan O'Neill, an actor on Sons of Anarchy, died on Wednesday at the age of 47.
Tributes have been pouring in for the late Fair City and Sons of Anarchy star Alan O'Neill, with his co-stars and fans taking to social media to pay their respects.
His body was discovered by his girlfriend in the hallway of her apartment in Los Angeles on Wednesday. He was also apparently struggling with a drinking problem. "My thoughts are with his partner, children, family and friends at this time".
No foul play is suspected, per TMZ's sources.
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The Irish actor starred as former "True IRA" member Hugh in the sixth and seventh seasons of the FX drama. "May he rest in peace".
While Sons of Anarchy was arguably O'Neill's most prominent work, he had a string of sucessful roles under his belt before his death.
He had roles in Undercovers, Inspector George Gently and Rebel Heart, as well as appearances in Strangers in the Night and Moore Street Masala. He began his acting career in 1997, appearing in the TV movie Ballyseed.
Pictured: Alan O'Neill, who passed away earlier this week, attending the premiere of Columbia Pictures' "Robocop" at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 10, 2014.