“Bones” actor Heath Freeman tragically passed away in November of last year. The actor was just 41 at the time of his death. Following his passing, several questions regarding the circumstances of his death were left to be answered.

TMZ obtained medical examiner’s report which detailed the cause of the actor’s death. According to the report, Heath died from an overdose of multiple opioids and narcotics, including fentanyl and cocaine.

Heath was found dead in his Austin, TX home and the Travis County Medical Examiner said he had a lethal dose of booze and several drugs. The report mentioned, fentanyl, cocaine, hydrocodone, oxycodone and alprazolam (generic Xanax) were found in his system.

The manner of death was listed as an accident. According to the report, he was found unresponsive in his bed after apparently partying hard the night before.

Heath was pronounced dead at the scene. Additionally, the report mentioned cops found oxy and alprazolam pills in his home. Freeman was featured on a number of shows during his career including shows like “ER,” ‘NCIS,’ and “The Closer” He’s best known for playing Howard Epps, a recurring character for 3 years on “Bones.”

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