"Sons of Anarchy" star Alan O'Neill passed away on Wednesday in Los Angeles.
The actor's body was reportedly discovered by his girlfriend last night, according to TMZ.
Tributes have been pouring in for the late Fair City and Sons of Anarchy star Alan O'Neill, with his co-stars and fans taking to social media to pay their respects.
"We're told the actor has a history of heart problems and was a heavy smoker". The death is not considered suspicious, and an autopsy will be carried out to determine O'Neill's cause of death. He appeared as Keith McGrath in the Irish soap opera Fair City, and also starred in the British show Inspector George Gently.
USA actress Kristen Renton, who played Ima Tite, said: "RIP sir... my you find peace now".
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Irish actress Jenny Dixon, who worked with O'Neill on 2012 short film Invisible, said he was "a great man, sadly missed", adding that he had "taught me so much".
"My thoughts and prayers to you and to your family". "So very sorry to hear of your passing", she said. He's first acting gig was for a TV movie, entitled "Ballyseedy", in 1997.
"It's with sadness I confirm the passing of Alan O'Neill, a brilliant amusing and kind human being", his agent Annette Walsh writes in a statement.
"Always enjoyed working with him".