Published: Tue, July 16, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Remains stumbled on in OR believed to be actor Charles Levin

Remains stumbled on in OR believed to be actor Charles Levin

Human remains found in a remote area of OR on Saturday likely belong to missing actor Charles Levin, who was best known for his TV roles including "Seinfeld" and "Night Court", according to police.

Grants Pass public safety said in a news release last week they were seeking information about Levin's whereabouts.

On Friday (July 12), officials received an emergency cell phone ping which led them to a remote area in Selma, Oregon.

A resident located Levin's vehicle in a remote and nearly impassable road on Saturday. Levin was not in his vehicle, or in the immediate proximity of it. Authorities "conducted a grid search of the very steep and rugged terrain", and "after several hours of searching, human remains were located".

"Based on the circumstances, there is a high probability that the remains are those of Charles Levin", a spokesperson told CNN. No further details were given.

He's also done various guest roles on popular shows like Seinfeld, Growing Pains, and Law & Order.

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Levin appeared in one episode of "Seinfeld", in 1993, according to his IMDb page.

Authorities searched for Levin for the past week, police in Grants Pass, located about 200 miles south of Salem, said Sunday.

Along with the discovering of the automobile, the police, sadly, discovered stays of Levin's fawn colored pug canine Boo Boo Bear.

"The ultimate identification of the stays can be accomplished by the Medical Examiner".

His movie credits include "Annie Hall", "This is Spinal Tap", "Manhattan", and "The Golden Child".

The actor is survived by his sons Ben and Jesse and his daughter, Kate.

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