Hollywood has lost a former child star.
Evan Ellingson, best known for his work as a teenager in My Sister's Keeper and CSI: Miami, has died per documents from the local San Bernardino coroner's office viewed by E! News on Nov. 6. He was 35.
According to the report, Evan died in Fontana, CA, on Nov. 5, with his body found in the bedroom of a residence. His cause of death has not been confirmed as the coroner's office currently lists it is listed as "pending."
Evan's father Michael told TMZ that Evan's body was found at a sober-living home, with him noting that Evan had struggled with drugs in the past but had been doing better recently. TMZ also reports that no foul play is suspected at this time.
E! News has been unable to locate a rep for Evan for comment.
Evan, who started his acting career as a child with string of TV appearances in the early aughts, was perhaps best known for his role as Jesse Fitzgerald, Cameron Diaz's eldest child, in the 2009 film My Sister's Keeper, based on the Jodi Picoult novel of the same name.
In addition to his starring role on the sitcom Complete Savages, Evan also had a recurring role as Kyle Harmon, the son of David Caruso's Horatio Caine, in CSI: Miami, appearing in 18 episodes over three years.
In 2009, just one year before he took a step back from acting, Evan reflected on spending his childhood onscreen.
"I never had the same [childhood] experience with my friends," he told The Philippine Star. "I never had more time with them. However, my childhood was a cool one. I was busy doing the things I love. I had no regrets because I found my passion for acting early on."
To look back at Evan's career, keep reading...