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Police Confirm Body Found in Oregon Is That of Actor

Nov 13, 2019  •  Post A Comment

Authorities in Oregon have confirmed that a man’s body found over the summer in a ravine is that of actor Charles Levin, who was known for his work on TV shows including “Seinfeld,” “Night Court,” “Alice” and “Hill Street Blues.”

The AP reports that Levin’s death was ruled accidental.

One of Levin’s memorable roles was playing a mohel on “Seinfeld” — you can watch a clip of his performance by clicking here.

Levin also had roles in movies, including “The Golden Child,” ″Annie Hall” and “This Is Spinal Tap.”

“Jesse Levin reported his father missing on July 8, police said. The actor, who had been living in Grants Pass, Oregon, was last seen June 27,” the AP reports. “Levin’s orange Fiat was found on a remote and almost impassable road July 13, with the remains of his dog, a pug named Boo Boo, inside.”

Levin’s body was found outside the car, down a steep ravine, with no clothes on, the AP reports.

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