Moseley is most known for his role as a pet zombie in the post-apocalyptic TV drama The Walking Dead, but he also appeared in HBO’s Watchmen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

Moses J Moseley, an actor, died at the age of 31. On The Walking Dead, he was best recognised for his role as a pet zombie. He also starred in HBO’s Watchmen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in 2013.

On Monday, the actor’s manager, Tabatha Minchew, confirmed his death.

“Moses was adored by all. He has never met a stranger in his life. He was as devoted to his fans as he was to his family and friends. She described him as “always excited to get auditions and jobs.”

The official Walking Dead account tweeted: “Our thoughts and prayers are with our TWDFamily member Moses J. Moseley.”

In the zombie series, Moseley played a pet walker who belonged to Michonne, who was played by Danai Gurira. Jeremy Palko, who played Andy in the show with him, said he was “heartbroken.”

He remarked, “Just an incredible lovely and wonderful human being.” “My friend, you will be missed.”

Moseley, who was born in Aiken, South Carolina, has worked as both an actor and a model, with the latter beginning in 2010. After being approached after a class at Georgia State University, he was requested to appear in the film Joyful Noise alongside Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, and he accepted.

Moseley’s family reported him missing earlier this week, according to TMZ, and an investigation into his death is ongoing.