Evan Ellingson, who used to play a kid entertainer on My Sister’s Guardian and CSI: Miami, has kicked the bucket at 35 years old. His personality on “CSI: Miami” was the child of David Caruso’s personality.
Evan Ellingson has passed on at 35 years old. He was most popular for his part in the 2009 film My Sister’s Attendant.

The coroners division of the San Bernardino Region Sheriff’s Specialization says Ellingson was tracked down dead in a room at his home in Fontana, California, on Sunday, November 5, at 11:31 a.m.

The explanation he passed on has not been found. On Monday morning, there will be a post-mortem.
TMZ was quick to report the story, saying that Ellingson’s dad let them know that the entertainer struggled with drugs and passed on in a level-headed residing home.

Ellingson played Jesse in the 2009 disease show My Sister’s Attendant, which likewise featured Cameron Diaz, Alec Baldwin, Abigail Breslin, and Jason Patric. It was perhaps of his most critical job.

Ellingson, who hasn’t been in a film or Program in north of 10 years, played Lt. Horatio Caine’s child on CSI: Miami, played by David Caruso. Other than that, he played Jack Bauer’s nephew on 24 with Kiefer Sutherland.

The entertainer experienced childhood in La Verne, California, with his three siblings. His IMDb bio says that he was “found at a skate park and was approached to skate for the Vans PeeWee group as well as do a business for the Vans Organization.”

It was his “unquestionable mystique and ability” that got him “requested to do a set of three from short movies playing a person that was composed explicitly for him,” which prompted more jobs, as his profile said.

In 2009, Ellingson told The Philippine Star while advancing CSI: Miami, “I never had the equivalent [childhood] experience with my companions.” I invested more energy with them than any other time. Be that as it may, I had an extraordinary youth. My number one things kept me occupied.

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