Matthew Mindler, ‘Our Idiot Brother’ Star, Dies at 19
Matthew Mindler, a toddler actor greatest identified for his position within the 2011 movie “Our Idiot Brother,” was discovered lifeless on Saturday after being reported lacking from his college. He was 19.
His faculty, Millersville University in Pennsylvania, introduced the information in an e-mail to its pupil physique on Saturday.
“It is with a grieving heart that I let you know of the death of 19-year-old Matthew Mindler from Hellertown, Pennsylvania, a first-year student at Millersville University,” the e-mail learn. “Our thoughts of comfort and peace are with his friends and family during this difficult time.”
Mindler was reported lacking on Wednesday night after not returning to his room or returning telephone calls from his household. He was final seen strolling from his residence corridor towards a car parking zone space Tuesday evening.
A search carried out by regulation enforcement businesses and college police concluded when Mindler was discovered deceased in Manor Township on Saturday. He was then transported to the Lancaster County Forensic Center for “further investigation.” A explanation for loss of life has not been disclosed.
Mindler is greatest identified for starring alongside Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Zooey Deschanel within the 2011 dramedy “Our Idiot Brother.” Mindler performed the position of River, the son of Liz (Emily Mortimer) and Dylan (Steve Coogan), who’s closely managed by his dad and mom and due to this fact unable to precise himself.
Mindler additionally acted on an episode of the “As the World Turns,” in addition to the shorts “Frequency” (2013) and “Solo” (2015). He appeared on “Late Show With David Letterman” in 2010 and “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” in 2015. His final venture, the tv film “Chad: An American Boy,” premiered in 2016.
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