TV Actor Tragically Commits Suicide at Only 34

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November 03, 2017Nov 03, 2017

Brad Bufanda, 34, who is best known for his role in the television show “Veronica Mars,” tragically committed suicide early Wednesday, November 1st.

Law enforcement told TMZ that Bufanda jumped off a building in L.A. around 1 AM on Wednesday. A suicide note was found on or near his body.

Police say that the note gave the names of his parents. There was also a "thank you" to the people in his life.

Bufanda’s rep confirmed to TMZ that the actor had committed suicide Wednesday. The details of the situation surrounding his death on unclear.

Brad had a recurring role as Felix Toombs on "Veronica Mars.” He appeared regularly during seasons 1 and 2.

He also appeared on "CSI: Miami," "Malcolm in the Middle," "Boston Public" and "Days of our Lives.” He also had a role in the 2004 film, "A Cinderella Story."

According to his IMDB, at the time of his death, Bufanda was currently in the process of filming a movie. He also had another movie, which had finished filming, and was due to be released this year.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, his rep also commented on the movies he had in production.

"We are completely devastated for he was an extremely talented young actor and wonderful, caring human being," Solem said. "He was reviving his career having just completed two movies, and we are shocked and saddened by his passing."

His fellow cast members from "Veronica Mars" have been posting their condolences on Twitter. 

"This is beyond heartbreaking.. I have no #'s to call, but if you can read this I love you Robin, I am so very sorry. #BradBufanda," wrote Francis Capra, who played Eli 'Weevil' Navarro on the show. 

https://twitter.com/franciscapra/status/926503663983501312

Percy Daggs III, who played the title character's best friend, Wallace Fennel, on the show also tweeted, "His spirit and energy was endearing man. Saddened by this. Praying God's comfort and love over his loved ones. #BradBufanda

https://twitter.com/PD3Official/status/926506573337280512

"I'm heartbroken to hear of Brad Bufanda's passing," added the show's creator, Rob Thomas. "He did great work on Veronica Mars. My heart goes out to his family.'

https://twitter.com/RobThomas/status/926509874002796545

Please pray for Bufanda’s family as they deal with his passing. It’s doubly sad when someone young takes their own life.

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