He was a member of the boy band, Not Like Them (NLT), and is best known for his portrayal of Artie Abrams on Glee, presenter on Virtually Famous, and co-hosting two radio shows on DASH Radio. He later moved to Santa Clarita, California, where he attended Academy of the Canyons, a public high school.Looking back on his time there, he said "I hate being categorized so I intentionally didn't belong to a clique.The actor, who played heartthrob Finn Hudson on "Glee," was 31 years old.His death was ruled an accident, the coroner's office announced Wednesday, October 2. Ned Vizzini, author of "It's Kind of a Funny Story," died December 19 of blunt impact injuries to the head, torso and extremities.The findings concluded that Monteith "died of mixed drug toxicity, involving intravenous heroin use combined with the ingestion of alcohol."Jeffrey Ian Pollack, left, who directed the popular 1990s films "Booty Call" and "Above the Rim" and produced "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," was found dead on December 23. Vizzini committed suicide, according to the New York City medical examiner's office, though the office did not immediately say how. Renowned psychic Sylvia Browne, a leader in the paranormal world who appeared regularly on television and radio and also wrote dozens of top-selling books, died November 20 in a northern California hospital, according to her website.She is pictured here with her granddaughter Angelia and son Christopher.Excluding, of course, those that we still couldn't identify.
A procedural thriller about the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, which profiles criminals to solve crimes.
I was friends with everyone." Mc Hale was in a boy band, NTL (Not Like Them), for six years- they made an appearance in Bratz: The Movie in 2007. He appeared in Zoey 101 for three episodes, The Office, and Ruthless, a short, in 2007.
Mc Hale would be in two episodes of the hit HBO show, True Blood, in 2008.
Basketball Hall of Famer Bill Sharman -- who won four NBA titles as a player, one as a head coach and five in his club's front office -- died October 25 in southern California, his former teams said. Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams died of natural causes on October 21. Adams, whose team started in Houston as the Houston Oilers, co-founded the American Football League, which eventually merged with the National Football League.
Kevin Michael Mc Hale, born June 14, 1988, is a 29-year-old American actor, singer, and dancer.