It has been determined the cause of death of Moses J. Moseley.
According to the Henry County Coroner’s Office in Georgia, Moseley died of a gunshot wound to the head after appearing on “The Walking Dead.”
The manner in which Moseley died remains “undetermined,” meaning it is not clear whether his death was related to a motor vehicle accident or suicide.
In a statement on Tuesday, a spokesperson for the actor told Fox News Digital that “no one for one second believed it was self harm.”
Despite still being in shock, his representative said, “Moses is deeply missed by us all.”.
A letter of condolence from Joe Biden was also sent to Moseley’s family by Fox News Digital.
In his letter, Biden writes, “Jill and I send our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your beloved Moses. I know there are few words I can share that can ease the pain of losing someone you love. You are in my thoughts and prayers.”
“Though the grieving process never quite ends, I promise you that the day will come when you will smile when you remember Moses rather than cry when you do. I pray for you that this day comes sooner than later.”
Stockbridge, Georgia, police discovered the actor’s body on Jan. 26. TMZ reported that his sister, Teera Kimbro, said family members believe he was kidnapped and murdered.
From 2012 to 2015, Moseley appeared in “The Walking Dead,” where he played Michonne’s pet zombie.
In addition to “Joyful Noise,” “The Internship,” “Queen of the South,” “Attack Of The Southern Fried Zombies,” and HBO’s “Watchmen,” Moseley has also appeared in numerous other films and TV series.
The television network issued a statement on Twitter, saying: “Our thoughts and prayers are with Moses Moseley.” The statement included an image of Moseley with a blue sky and clouds above.