Jennifer Aniston (53) He had huge success in Hollywood, including series like “Friends” and “The Morning Show”.
Now Aniston and the rest of the cast of “The Morning Show” have received the sad news, and the 53-year-old took to the Stories post on Instagram on Friday to share the message.
“Last week we suddenly lost Gunnar Mortensen in a tragic way. A sunshine on the set of “The Morning Show.” As a camera assistant, he was very skilled and dedicated to his job,” the “Friends” star writes for photos of Mortensen and his family.
Will help the family
Mortensen ended up in a motorcycle accident in Southern California on US Constitution Day, July 4. No other cars were involved in the accident. Then he was taken to the hospital, where he passed away an hour later, according to one of them press release From a forensic pathologist with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Writes People.
The camera assistant left behind his wife Kelly and son Lars (2).
The actor also encloses a link to fundraise to help Kelly and Lars after the fatal accident.
“We will miss you, Gunnar,” the actor concludes, followed by a heart.
fundraising At the time of writing, he has collected more than 1 million kroner in two days.
“A crew you can only dream of”
Aniston has previously stated that the “The Morning Show” gang is like family.
When the series’ second season completed last year, I bragged to everyone who contributed to the series.
Get this family time ‘The Morning Show’. We did it. Creep to the finish line… I couldn’t have been more proud of each one of the exceptional cast, a crew you can only dream of, the directors who held my hand during a wild ride of feelings,” were Aniston’s words to The Gang at the time.
“Infuriatingly humble web fan. Writer. Alcohol geek. Passionate explorer. Evil problem solver. Incurable zombie expert.”