Trevor Goddard, 'Jag's' Lt Mic Brumby, no more

MUMBAI: Television, film actor Trevor Goddard died on Sunday from a suspected drug overdose at his North Hollywood home, say media reports. 

The 37-year-old actor, a former boxer, is known for his role as Lt Cmrd Michael 'Mic' Brumby in a television series about Navy and Marine Corps- JAG.

His body was found in his North Hollywood home on Sunday by his live-in girlfriend, say reports. According to the Los Angeles County coroner's office announcement, the death was classified as suicide with prescription drugs.

Reports say that Goddard was involved in divorce proceedings and that his estranged wife, Ruthann, was in San Francisco during the weekend. He is survived by two young sons.

Born in Perth, Western Australia in October 1965, this professional boxer started his acting career with beer commercials and then did a cameo in a 1994 action film Men of War. He starred as the villain martial-arts fighter 'Kano' in 1995's Mortal Kombat, a movie based on the popular video game by the same name. Later in 1998 Goddard joined JAG and continued his innings till 200. The show is currently aired on Star World in India.

His film credits include 1998's Deep Rising, an unaccredited role in 2000's car-theft thriller Gone in 60 Seconds. Recently, he completed his role in the Disney adventure Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl with Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom. 

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