Published 10:43 a.m. MT July 15, 2019
Officials said there is a "high probability" that the remains found in Oregon are the remains of Charles Levin's missing actor.
SELMA, Oregon – The remains found in a remote area of Oregon are thought to be the remains of missing actor Charles Levin, who played many roles on television series "The Golden Girls," "Women Designing," "Seinfeld" and "Night Court." "
Levin is probably best known for Coco, a live housekeeper who shows in the first episode of "The Golden Girls." It was intended that Coco would become a regular character, but it was phased out after the 1985 pilot.
The Sunday Grant Grants Section stated that the "high probability" remains of people found on Saturday in a remote area north of Selma are Levin. The final examiner is the medical examiner.
His son, Levin, 70, was reported as missing in July 8 who had not heard from his father for several days, The Oregonian reported. Levin's son told the NBC that KOBI / KOTI affiliated his father was moving when he was gone.
On Friday, search and rescue crews reduced a search area based on an emergency camera camera. A local resident discovered that Levin's 2012 special orange Fiat was on a remote road that cannot be heard on Saturday afternoons. Inside the car, pugs Leug Levin, named Boo Bear, found dead. The crews searching for the steep and rough terrain of later human remains.
"Levin was not in his car, or near his vehicle," the Voluntary Department announced a Sunday Safety Pass in an alert. "After searching for several hours there were human remains. Based on the circumstances, it is highly probable that Charles Levin were relics."
It is a familiar presence on TV in the 80s and early 90s, and IMDb Levin page lists dozens of roles, including appearances on 'Night Court, "" NYPD Blue, " "Murphy Brown" and "Designing Women," as well as small parts in "This Spinal Tap" and "Manhattan" Woody Allen and "Annie Hall."
It appeared on 22 episodes of the Phoenix sitcom "Phoenix" from 1983 to 1985. In a program broadcast November 20, 1983, his character, policeman Elliot Novak, marries Vera's shy server.
Contributory: The Associated Press and Kim Willis
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