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‘One Tree Hill’ Star’s Husband Died of A Lightning Strike, Died at 33!

According to a statement from Bisnow Media, the commercial real estate media company for which he was CEO, William Friend, the husband of “One Tree Hill” actress Bevin Prince, died unexpectedly over the weekend.

He was 33 years old. A New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office incident report acquired by CNN shows that a friend was struck by lightning near his home in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Sunday.

Bisnow Coo and Cfo Gregg Mayer Stated in A Statement:

'One Tree Hill' Star's Husband Died of A Lightning Strike, Died at 33!

“What made Will remarkable was his innate ability to inspire and drive people – to raise individuals higher than they imagined possible.” The culture he created at Bisnow and the legacy he leaves behind are inextricably linked.

The actress Odette Annable, a friend of Prince’s, wrote a statement on Instagram on Wednesday that read: “Our friend, @britwilliam, has been tragically killed in a car accident. My best friend @bevinaprince and her husband are the most wonderful people. Will, writing this has been surreal for me.

For the most part, this is because you have the impression that you are just starting started. Because of the joy and happiness, you brought to my best friend’s life, it didn’t matter if we were separated by thousands of miles.

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'One Tree Hill' Star's Husband Died of A Lightning Strike, Died at 33!

I keep thinking of Bevin as I sit in your magnificent house, looking out at the ocean. Everyone who knew you had a wonderful opportunity to see the fire in your heart.”

After a 20-minute effort to revive Friend, authorities declared him dead, according to local media.

Her portrayal as Bevin Mirskey on the hit CW show “One Tree Hill” made her a household name. Since 2016, the couple had been married. Prince’s representatives have been contacted by CNN for comment.

Marissa Figgs
I write picture books, for middle grade, and young adults, some of which have won prizes, been filmed, or become bestsellers. I've ghostwritten for Pixar and developed teen work for Alloy Entertainment. I think heartfelt writing is the finest. It doesn't have to be personal, but it must be visceral. You want them riveted from the first word, page, or sentence, no matter how painful or unpleasant, and that's my expertise.
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