Blake Heron, the former child actor best known for playing Marty Preston in the 1996 family movie “Shiloh,” has died, TheWrap has learned. He was 35. Heron was found dead in his Los Angeles area apartment at around 7:50 a.m. PT on Friday, the Los Angeles coroner confirmed. There is no cause of death at this time, and the autopsy is pending. A TMZ report stated that paramedics unsuccessfully tried to revive him for 40 minutes. Also Read: Producer JC Spink's Death Ruled Accidental Drug Overdose The Sherman Oaks, California, native had battled heroin addiction for a number of years and openly talked about it while promoting his recent film “A Thousand Junkies,” for which he collaborated with two other recovering addicts.
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