Jackson Odell Biography, Death, Cause of Death, Movies, Songs, Modern Family (Ted Durkas)
Jackson Odell Biography
Jackson Odell was an American actor born on 2nd July 1997 in Colorado, United States. He passed on 8th June 2018 due acute heroin and cocaine toxicity in a sober living facility. He was popularly known for his role as Ari Caldwell in The Goldbergs. He also played the role of Ted Durkas in two episodes of ‘Modern Family’.
He was also a successful singer and songwriter. Prior to his death, he wrote several songs for the soundtrack to the 2018 film “Forever Your Girl.”
Jackson Odell Movies
- 2009: Tripp’s rock band
- 2009: Private Practice
- 2010-2012: Modern Family
- 2011/12: I Have Friends
- 2012: iCarly
- 2013: Arrested Development
- 2013: Jessie
- 2013-15: The Goldbergs
- 2014: The Fosters
- 2016: Astrid Clover
Jackson Odell Songs
- Hopeless Game
- Wings of an Angel
- Don’t Water Down My Whiskey
- Finally Home
- Smokin’ and Cryin’
Jackson Odell Death
On 8th June 2018 he was found unconscious in his Tarzana living residence in San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles.
RIP Jackson Odell. I’m so happy that i got to know you. You were a true talent and an even truer person.
— Charlie DePew (@CharlieDePew) June 10, 2018
The Goldbergs star Jackson Odell has died at age 20. https://t.co/g1W3N84RC3
— E! News (@enews) June 10, 2018
No!! Jackson Odell was so insanely talented. Not just for random shows & movies, but for his music. Followed him on YT for yrs & made sure to include him in an article I did at my 1st internship yrs ago. Then went to see #ForeverMyGirl opening night to support his songwriting😢😭 https://t.co/XH2Wp7QRgx
— Rachael Ellenbogen (@TheRachaelE) June 10, 2018
Jackson Odell Cause of Death
On 8th June 2018 he was found unresponsive at a sober living facility in Los Angeles.On 26th August 2018 the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner report revealed that he died of a drug overdose. His cause of death was ruled as an “acute heroin and cocaine toxicity” and the manner was an accident, the coroner’s office announced.
Odell had a history of heroine addiction but by the time of his death he had no possession of narcotics.