Actor Eddie Rouse has died at age 60 due to liver failure, his rep tells the Hollywood Reporter.

The character actor, who had sadly just filmed the pilot for the HBO series 'Westwood,' passed away on Sunday (Dec. 7) at the UCLA Medical Center in L.A. He is reportedly survived by a son and daughter.

According to IMDB, Rouse boasts a wealth of credits to his name, including notable roles in 'American Gangster,' 'The Number 23,' 'Observe and Report,' 'The Sitter' and 'Pineapple Express,' to name a few.

“This was the thing he wanted so badly,” Rouse's rep told THR about his role in 'Westwood.' “To get in front of an audience to show the world what he was all about.”

We're grateful that he had that opportunity, however short of a time it was.

R.I.P., Eddie Rouse. Our thoughts are with his family and friends during this difficult time.

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