'Sons of Anarchy' actor Alan O'Neill dies at 47

'Sons of Anarchy' actor Alan O'Neill dies at 47

'Sons of Anarchy' actor Alan O'Neill dies at 47

Irish actor Alan O'Neill, who appeared in hit U.S. show Sons of Anarchy, has died aged 47, according to reports.

A report from "TMZ" suggests that O'Neill, who played a recurring role in "Sons of Anarchy's" last two seasons, was found dead by his girlfriend on Wednesday night. No cause of death has been determined, but O'Neill had a history of heart issues, as well as problems with drugs and alcohol, according to TMZ.

Reports have suggested no foul play is suspected, with an autopsy to be completed soon.

A great friend who taught me so much.

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Sons of Anarchy ran between 2008 and 2014 and followed the lives of a fictional outlaw motorcycle club that worked to protect their local community from lawless groups.

Actress Kristen Renton added: "RIP sir... my you find peace now". "My thoughts & prayers to you & to your family".

The Irish-born actor first began his acting career in 1997 in the TV Movie Ballyseedy.

Fair City's Seamus Power, who plays Dermot on the show, said he "always enjoyed working with him".

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