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Actor Michael K. Williams died of "accidental overdose"


The American actor Michael K. Williams, alias Omar in the cult series The Wire, who was found dead at his home in New York on September 6 ...

American actor Michael K. Williams, aka Omar in the cult series

The Wire

, who was found dead at his home in New York on September 6, died of an



of fentanyl, heroin, and of cocaine, the New York medical services announced Friday, September 24.

According to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, which called the death


Michael K. Williams died at age 54 of

"acute poisoning, by the combined effects of fentanyl

(a potent opioid)

, of p -fluorofentanyl, heroin and cocaine ”


The Wire star Michael K. Williams found dead in New York

"There will be no further comment," the office said in a message to the media.

The actor was found dead in his apartment in Brooklyn, the New York borough where he grew up.

Michael K. Williams, whose face was crossed out with a long scar, had become widely known and appreciated by playing Omar Little, atypical character

from David Simon's

The Wire



In this gripping dive into the daily life of Baltimore's poor neighborhoods, his portrayal of a lonely homosexual criminal, with his own moral code and principles, had been hailed by critics and the public.

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In an interview with American radio NPR in 2016, he recounted how he himself struggled with his drug addiction in his real life while playing in

The Wire


He had been nominated five times at the Emmy Awards, without winning the award, the last time in 2021 for his role in the series "Lovecraft Country".

Source: lefigaro

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