Clark James Gable, also known as Clark Gable III, was recently found dead at the age of 30.
The actor was found unresponsive by his fiancée on Friday morning, February 22, 2019, but his cause of death is yet to be revealed.
The news of his passing was shared by his sister, Kayley Gable, who took to her Facebook account to share several photos of herself with Gable.
A HEART-BROKEN FAMILY
"My brother was found unresponsive this morning by his fiancé and didn’t wake up .. I LOVE YOU CLARKIE I’m so sorry we couldn’t save you my heart is broken and shattered RIP"
Kayley Gable, Facebook, February 22, 2019
Gable's death was also confirmed by his mother, Tracy Yarro Scheff, through a heartbreaking Instagram post, in which she claimed that she would always be by his side.
It has been reported that Gable, the grandson of famous Hollywood icon Clark Gable, worked both as an actor and a model, having served as the host of "Cheaters," a show exposing relationship infidelities, in 2012 and 2013.
18 YEARS IN SHOW BUSINESS
The late 30-year-old was also featured in two episodes of "Maury," as well as one episode of "Big Morning Buzz Live." His career, however, started back in 2001, when, as a child, he was chosen for a minor role in "Ordinary Madness."
At the time of his passing, Gable was reportedly filming "Sunset Dawn," a crime drama, and he is expected to make an appearance in "Heckle," which is currently in post-production.
ANOTHER TERRIBLE LOSS
Unfortunately, Gable wasn't the only star who died this past Friday. Famous comedian Brody Stevens was found dead at his Los Angeles residency and his passing is being investigated as a suicide.
The 48-year-old's body was discovered hanging in his home at around 1 p.m. and, up until his death, "The Hangover" star had been quite open regarding his fierce and ongoing battle with depression.