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Sad news out of the “American Horror Story” camp: Ben Woolf, the 34-year-old actor who portrayed the character Meep in the most recent season, “AHS: Freak Show,” died in Los Angeles yesterday after being struck by a car last week.
Woolf died of a stroke due to complications stemming from his accident, his publicist, Zack Teperman, confirmed to Speakeasy.
Best known for his work in the “AHS” franchise, Woolf, who was diagnosed with pituitary dwarfism, played “the Infantata” in the first installment of “American Horror Story,” before taking on the role of the one-word “Meep” this past season.
“Ben was one-of-a-kind, and will never be forgotten,” Teperman said of his client and friend. “The time we all shared together will be remembered forever. We are still all shocked by this tragic news.”
It seems he was hit by a passing motorists mirror. The motorist stayed at the scene and no citations were issued. His mother has adopted his dog, Lisa. He has no children and was not married.
originally posted by: shamaniski
RIP. He was in a terrible terrible horror show. Very immoral and just wrong. A lot of people who play in bad horror shows die, and its really sad. People are free to do what they want but TV, movies, and media these days are just out of control. I've never seen the show but heard and read some stuff about it.