Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Sons of Anarchy Star Alan O'Neill Dead at 47

Sons of Anarchy Star Alan O'Neill Dead at 47

Alan O'Neill has passed away aged 47, his agent has confirmed. An autopsy is now pending.

O'Neill was found by his girlfriend in their Los Angeles apartment on Wednesday night.

"My thoughts and prayers to you and to your family".

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O'Neill's Sons of Anarchy co-star Timothy V Murphy tweeted: "My good friend Alan O'Neill died condolences to his family".

TMZ is told no foul play is suspected.

"I'll personally miss knowing Alan isn't sharing the planet with us any longer", she said.

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Sons of Anarchy ran for seven seasons from 2008 to 2014 and O'Niell's character, Hugh, appeared on a seven-episode arc from 2013 to 2014.

"Always enjoyed working with him, rest in peace old pal". However, his acting career actually started in the '90s.

In addition to his role as Hugh in the sixth and final seventh season of Sons of Anarchy, he also appeared in Irish soap Fair City and several movies. From there, he segued to the 2001 mini-series Rebel Heart, the 2002 short Strangers in the Night, the feature film 32A, and short Moore Street Masala. His other roles included a popular United Kingdom show called "Inspector George Gently" and he was announced as a castmember in an upcoming horror film.

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