Former child star Evan Ellingson, known for roles in "CSI: Miami" and "My Sister’s Keeper," has passed away at 35.

He was found dead at a Fontana, California home, with the cause of death pending confirmation.

Ellingson's father mentioned his son was discovered in a sober-living home, having struggled with past drug issues, though he seemed to have been improving recently.

His TV debut was in 2001 on "General Hospital" and had a recurring role in the Fox sitcom "Titus" from 2001 to 2002.

Notable film roles include appearances in Clint Eastwood's "Letters from Iwo Jima" (2006) and "My Sister’s Keeper" (2009) alongside Cameron Diaz.

 Ellingson is recognized for his role as Kyle Harmon, the son of David Caruso's character in "CSI: Miami," spanning 18 episodes from 2007 to 2010.

 Following "CSI: Miami," there's a gap in credited roles in Ellingson's acting career, according to his IMDb profile.

 The circumstances surrounding his passing and the specific cause remain pending, with a representative for Ellingson yet to respond to requests for comment.

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