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Mike Heslin Dies: ‘Lioness’ Actor Was 30

Mike Heslin Dies: ‘Lioness’ Actor Was 30

Mike Heslin, an actor who appeared on the TV series “Lioness” and the TV movie “The Holiday Proposal Plan,” died July 2. Her husband announced His death on InstagramHe wrote that the cause was a “sudden cardiac event.”

Her husband, Scotty Dynamo (Nicholas James Wilson), wrote that his death occurred a week after he was hospitalized. “Michael was a young, healthy man, and the doctors had no explanation for what had happened,” Dynamo said.

“Michael was brilliant, selfless, talented, and a real-life guardian angel. He single-handedly carried me through multiple rounds of cancer. He was the first person everyone called to share good news with, and the go-to person if they needed a shoulder to lean on or the best advice. He was truly the sweetest, most caring, most loving man on earth, and brought out the best in everyone he had the pleasure of crossing his path. He moved through life with ease and confidence, transforming everyone around him into better versions of themselves. No matter how hard things got, we knew there was nothing we couldn’t overcome with Mike by our side.”

The Dynamo newspaper wrote that the couple were planning to start a family, saying: “You will be the most ideal father in the world. If I ever become a father, I will name my son after you and hope that I can raise him to be at least half the man you are.”

Dynamo wrote that Heslin was an organ donor and “gave the gift of life to four different families.”

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In addition to playing Polo in two episodes of Taylor Sheridan’s 2023 series “Lioness,” Heslin created and starred in 2020’s “The Influencers,” a Queerty Award-nominated mockumentary that streamed on Prime Video.

He also appeared in the Lifetime Christmas movie “The Holiday Proposal Plan,” the Noggin series “In Their Shoes: A Journey into Homelessness” and the TV Land series “Younger.”

In the 2020 film “Boy*Friends”, Heslin co-produced the film and co-starred as Robert. His short film “Happy Halloween” also won several awards at horror festivals including Best First Time Director.

Born in California, he earned a bachelor’s degree in directing from the Boston Conservatory of Music, according to his official website.