Heffel canicule coact abstracted Pickett’s Treasure Valley acquaintance wind partner.

Soap opera amateur Jay Pickett has died accidentally at the age of 60 while on the set of his accessible film, Treasure Valley. The account was accepted by the film’s administrator and producer, Travis Mills.

“Many of you accept already heard about the tragedy that happened two canicule ago. Jay Pickett, our arch man, writer, producer, and architect of this cine anesthetized abroad aback while we were on area advancing to blur a scene,” Mills acquaint on the film’s Facebook folio on Sunday. “There is no official account for the account of his afterlife but it appears to accept been a affection attack. Everyone present approved as adamantine as they could to accumulate him alive. Our hearts are burst and we ache for his ancestors who are so devastated by this abominable tragedy.”

Mills said Pickett was an “incredible man” who was “kind, sweet, and generous.”

“He was one of the best actors I anytime formed with and it was an account to coact with him. Everyone who met him, alike for the briefest moment, could feel his warmth, his admirable spirit. It is difficult to acquisition the words appropriate now to say more,” Mills added. “His abutting accompany accept said that he was actual blessed authoritative Treasure Valley and my achievement is that he absolutely was. He was accomplishing what he loved: acting, benumbed horses, authoritative movies. And he was magnificent.”

One of Pickett’s Treasure Valley co-stars, Jim Heffel, said in a abstracted Facebook column that he “lost a acceptable acquaintance and the apple absent a abundant person.”

“Jay Pickett absitively to ride off into the Heavens,” Heffel wrote. “Jay died sitting on a horse accessible to braiding a beacon in the cine Treasure Valley in Idaho. The way of a accurate cowboy. Jay wrote the adventure and starred in it. He was additionally coproducer with myself and Vernon Walker. He will be absolutely missed. Ride like the wind partner.”

Pickett, who was built-in on Feb. 10, 1961 in Spokane, Washington, began his acting career in the 1980s with appearances on television alternation including Rags to Riches and China Beach. He is best accepted for his assignment assuming Frank Scanlon on Port Charles, Dr. Chip Lakin on Canicule of Our Lives, and Detective David Harper on General Hospital.

In addition, Pickett appeared on shows including NCIS: Los Angeles, Queen Sugar, The Mentalist and Rosewood, and starred in TV movies such as Inspired to Kill, 16 and Missing and The Perfect Student.





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