Jansen Panettiere Cause Of Death: According to Hayden Panettiere’s publicist, actor Jansen Panettiere has passed away. He was 28. His sister’s representative claims no known cause of death and an ongoing investigation exists.
In addition to her on-screen appearances in “The Last Day of Summer” for Nickelodeon and “The Walking Dead” for AMC, Panettiere is well known for her voice work in “Ice Age: The Meltdown” and “The X’s.”
Lesley R. Vogel, an actress, and Alan Lee “Skip” Panettiere, a firefighter, greeted him in 1994. He tried acting in the same way as his older sister and was cast in his first role on the hit Disney Channel series “Even Stevens.”
Hayden Panettiere's brother Jansen dead at 28: Actor passed in New York, cause of death unclear https://t.co/qa0Kms8hZA
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In later appearances on television, Panettiere appeared alongside his sister in the “Tiger Cruise” Disney Channel movie from 2004. In the sixth season of “Blue’s Clues,” he voiced the character of Periwinkle in his debut performance.
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Later, he provided the voices for other characters, such as a young Stripes in the 2005 animated film “Racing Stripes” and Shovelmouth Boy in “Ice Age: The Meltdown.” Additionally, in the Nickelodeon television series “The X’s,” he provided the voice of Truman X.
Panettiere played Luke Malloy, an incoming middle school student who dreads the start of the school year and wishes the last day of summer would last longer, in the 2007 Nickelodeon television movie “The Last Day of Summer.”
He played Casper, a resident of Hilltop Colony, in episode 15 of season 9 of “The Walking Dead” in 2019. His appearance on TV at this time marked his last. After his passing, his sister asks for privacy.
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