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Walking Dead actor Moses J. Moseley was found in his locked car with a gunshot wound to the face and a gun on his lap last Wednesday night - after rec

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Walking Dead actor Moses J. Moseley was found in his locked car with a gunshot wound to the face and a gun on his lap last Wednesday night – after recently wrapping a movie in which he played a man who died in a tragic accident.

Moseley, 31, was tracked to a parking lot behind a dry cleaners in Stockbridge, a city on the outskirts of Atlanta, according to a report by the Henry County Police Department obtained by DailyMail.com.

His car, located with OnStar, was found behind Tammi’s Dry Cleaning. Moseley’s family  had filed a missing person report after not hearing from the actor since January 23.

A police officer noted that the driver’s side of Moseley’s black Chevy Camaro was occupied when he arrived at the scene at 1701 Hudson Bridge Road on Wednesday at 7:41pm. 

The officer saw a black handgun with no magazine laying on Moseley’s lap, according to the report. When he walked around to the front of the car, he saw Moseley sitting in the driver’s seat with a gunshot wound to the right side of his face.

The doors were locked. The officer knocked on the window and noticed a handgun on Moseley’s lap, according to a police report. 

He walked around to the front and saw the gunshot wound to his face.

When the car was finally opened, officers confirmed his identity through the Georgia driver’s license on his lap. 

Law enforcement sources told TMZ they’re investigating his death as a suicide. The Henry County Police Department did not confirm the nature of the investigation to DailyMail.com. 

Actor Moses J. Moseley, 31, was found dead in his car from a gunshot wound to the face in the Hudson Bridge area of Stockbridge, Georgia on Wednesday night

He played one of Michonne’s (center) pet zombies in Walking Dead from 2012 to 2015 

Relatives filed a missing persons report on Wednesday after not hearing form him since last Sunday, according to TMZ, which broke the news

His car was tracked to a parking lot (left) behind Tammi’s Dry Cleaning (right). An officer found him in the driver’s seat with a gun in his lap and a gunshot wound to the right side of his face

A filmmaker and friend revealed Moseley had just finished filming the independent short film Cadillac Respect, in which he portrayed a character who died in a car accident.

‘Although the role was short it was very meaningful to me and he handled it with great care and dedication,’ director Christopher Michale Dailey wrote on Facebook. ‘Now when Cadillac Respect is finally released it will be also dedicated in the memory of Moses.’

Moseley gained fame by portraying one of Michonne’s pet zombies in The Walking Dead from 2012 to 2015.

Dailey said the actor had a ‘heart of gold’ in a Facebook tribute Tuesday morning. 

‘The passing of my friend Moses J. Moseley has been heavy on my mind all night.. he was such a shining light in this world and the circumstances of his death are absolutely tragic,’ Dailey wrote. 

Moseley had just finished playing Chris Ayers, a friend of Dailey’s who died in a car accident.

‘It’s devastating because they both are now heavy on my mind,’ Dailey told The Sun

Relatives said they hadn’t heard from the actor since January 23. They filed a missing person’s report last Wednesday and contacted car security company OnStar, which tracked his vehicle to where his body was found that day.

Director Christopher Michale Dailey revealed that Moseley had just wrapped a film in which he played Dailey’s friend, who died in a tragic car accident, before his own death

Dailey posted the photo above, which he says was taken behind the scenes of his film Cadillac Respect

‘The passing of my friend Moses J. Moseley has been heavy on my mind all night.. he was such a shining light in this world and the circumstances of his death are absolutely tragic,’ Dailey wrote on Facebook Tuesday 

Moseley was found in the Hudson Bridge area of Stockbridge, a city on the outskirts of Atlanta

Moseley’s representative, Tabatha Minchew, told The Wrap: ‘He wasn’t just a client for me. We have been best friends for 10 years. He was at my wedding. 

‘Everyone who ever met him loved him, no one has ever had anything negative to say about him. When he was around everyone was so happy. He made everyone so happy. We’re all trying to wrap our heads around it as well.’

Moseley regularly used social media to update his fans and to share inspirational quotes.

‘You’re at your most powerful when you decide to feel good for no reason,’ he wrote on Facebook on January 13.  

On January 21, Moseley put up one last Instagram post. ‘I’m late but here’s my #10yearchallenge #instagood,’ he wrote along with two split photos of himself.

The next day, he asked his followers to wish his mother and father a happy birthday.  

Actor Jeremy Palko, who played Andy on the AMC show from 2016 to 2017, posted a picture of himself with Moseley on Twitter on Monday afternoon.

‘Heartbroken to hear of the passing of @MosesMoseley Just an absolute kind and wonderful human being You will be missed my friend. #TWDFamily,’ he wrote.

AMC responded to Moseley’s death with a post on The Walking Dead’s official Twitter.

‘Our thoughts and prayers are with our #TWDFamily member Moses J. Moseley,’ the cable network said.

Moseley’s Atlanta-based talent agency, Avery Sisters Entertainment, posted a video tribute to him on Sunday night.

Moseley was very active on social media. On his last Instagram post on January 21, he wrote, ‘I’m late but here’s my #10yearchallenge #instagood,’ along with two split photos of himself

On January 22, Moseley asked his followers to wish his mother and father a happy birthday

‘With a heavy heart, we at Avery Sisters Entertainment offer our sincerest and deepest condolences to the family and friends of our actor, Moses J. Moseley. We are truly saddened.

‘Moses was a phenomenal actor who has appeared in movies such as “The Walking Dead”, “Queen of the South”, and “American Soul”, but MUCH more than that, he was an AMAZING person!

‘For those who knew him, he was the kindest, sweetest, most generous person you would ever meet. We will miss you dearly!’ 

Moseley was born in Aiken, South Carolina, and had just celebrated his 31st birthday on December 23. 

Dailey, who directed the short film Cadillac Respect, went into detail about his friend’s early life on Tuesday. 

‘At age 16 he weighed 300lbs and through dedicated diet and workouts he lost 150lbs,’ he wrote on Facebook.

Moseley went to Jonesboro High School and studied criminal justice at Georgia State University from 2010 to 2016, according to his Facebook page. 

AMC responded to Moseley’s death with a post on The Walking Dead’s official Twitter.

Actor Jeremy Palko, who played Andy on the AMC show from 2016 to 2017, posted a tribute to Moseley on Twitter Monday afternoon

His professional credits date back to 2009, according to IMDb

He appeared in the films Joyful Noise, starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, and The Internship, starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. He also had a role in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in 2013.

He appeared in the TV shows Watchmen, Blood Scroll: Horror Stories, and Queen of the South. 

Moseley landed his biggest role in 2012, appearing on The Walking Dead as one of Michonne’s pet zombies until 2015.

The Walking Dead was filmed exclusively in Georgia. 

In August 2012, he appeared in character on the cover of Entertainment Weekly alongside actress Danai Gurira.

Moseley’s Atlanta-based talent agency, Avery Sisters Entertainment, posted a video tribute to him on Sunday night

He appeared on the cover of Entertainment Weekly, along with actress Danai Gurira, in 2012

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