The body of an actor who once appeared on Seinfeld was found severely decomposed and eaten by vultures in Oregon.
According to the Daily Mail, Charles Levin's body was found 30 feet down a steep slope in Cave Junction, Oregon. The actor – who played the part of a nervous mohel in an episode of Seinfeld – was reported missing by his son on July 8th, Jesse, after not hearing from him on June 28th.
The body of the man was found on 13 July on a remote road on a mountain that is considered dangerous to drive by the locals. According to police reports, Levin had died a few days before he was found.
It was believed that he fell into a ravine when he tried to ask for help.
In the report, the authorities noted that Levin's body was found naked and stuck in the trees. His internal organs were missing.
He noted that "there were signs of animal elimination probably in the form of turkey vultures as there was evidence of bird feces on and around the body," the Daily Mail reported.
Levin's body was identified using dental documentation. The death of his dog was judged to be accidental.
The 70-year-old actor's car was found at the top of the ravine. The corpse of his pug was found inside.
Originally from Chicago, Levin was famous for playing the role of Elliot Novak in the sitcom Alice from 1976 to 1985, according to Page Six.
Other major television and film awards include Night Court, Doogie Howser M.D., Annie Hall and This Is Spinal Tap.