'Sons of Anarchy' actor Alan O'Neill dies at age 47

Ruben Ruiz
June 8, 2018

Sons of Anarchy star Alan O'Neill has died at the age of 47, it has been confirmed.

O'Neill's body was found in the hallway of his Los Angeles apartment by his girlfriend on Wednesday night.

The news site also reports that O'Neill had suffered heart problems, smoked regularly and had a history of drug and alcohol abuse. However, there is no official cause of death to report at this time.

"So sad to hear of the passing of Alan O'Neill who played "Keith" in Fair City", Power wrote on Twitter. "Despite the miles between L.A. and Dublin, Alan was only ever a phone call away". Following Sons of Anarchy, O'Neill had a minor role in the 2016 film Urge, which starred Pierce Brosnan and Danny Masterson.

U.S. actress Kristen Renton, who played Ima Tite, said: "RIP sir... my you find peace now".

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O'Neill also appeared in Undercovers and Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories.

Alan shot to fame as Hugh in season six and seven of the American drama series Sons of Anarchy and also appeared in a variety of shows.

She tweeted: "Thank you for your kindness".

Hugh was a recurring character right up until the series' final episode, Papa's Goods, in the seventh and final season. A great man, sadly missed.

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