Fitness expert Greg Plitt dies

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Greg Plitt, actor and fitness instructor, killed in train accident.

Plitt, a former U.S. Fitness model and television actor Greg Plitt was struck and killed by a commuter train in Burbank, California, on Saturday while filming on the tracks, police said on Sunday.It’s not clear if Plitt himself changed his cover photo, but the time and date connected with the photo reads, “Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 1:53 a.m.” His profile photo was changed at that time as well.

Army Ranger and Calvin Klein model, appeared on the Bravo reality show “Work Out” and stars in the network’s new “Friends to Lovers” series. The 37-year-old actor and model, whose given name was George Plitt Jr., was filming with two men north of the Burbank train station Saturday afternoon when he was hit by a southbound Metrolink train carrying 185 people, Burbank Police Sgt. He was also featured on “Days of Our Lives” and has appeared in a number of commercials. “We couldn’t take our eyes off Greg Plitt after we cast him on ‘Work Out’ — was as nice as he was beautiful,” Andy Cohen tweeted on Sunday. “Seemed invincible, like Superman.”

Plitt was described on his website as an “actor, model, entrepreneur and motivational speaker” who had appeared on more than 250 fitness magazine covers. He was an amazing human being, motivational speaker, West Point Graduate, Army Ranger, fitness expert and had such a passion for life that is an inspiration for us all.

He will never be forgotten and his amazing legacy will live on through the millions of lives he has touched around the world with his motivational videos inspiring people to live life to the fullest and cherish every moment of every day. We are not guaranteed tomorrow, we must treat everyday as a gift and give back what ever we can to help each other and this world become a better place for future generations.

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