Mystery surrounds train death of fitness model Greg Plitt

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Greg Plitt, Body Builder and Star of Bravo’s Work Out and Friends to Lovers, Hit by a Train, Killed at 37.

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. Plitt, who starred in Bravo network shows “Work Out” and “Friends to Lovers,” was hit by a Metrolink passenger train and pronounced dead at the scene, said Burbank Police Sergeant Chris Canales. Bravo veteran Andy Cohen tweeted about the loss on Jan. 18, writing, “We couldn’t take our eyes off Greg Plitt after we cast him on ‘Work out’ – was as nice as he was beautiful.

Plitt was described on his website as an “actor, model, entrepreneur and motivational speaker” who had appeared on more than 250 fitness magazine covers. Plitt was an actor on the “Days of Our Lives” daytime TV drama and was seen in several movies, including “The Good Shepherd” and “Terminator Salvation,” according to the website. The pop singer, 39, who has previously expressed her desire not to become famous, wore thick black lace, which hung off her glasses and covered her face to sing her hits “Chandelier” and “Elastic Heart.” While she sang “Chandelier,” a mime performed sign language next to her, and during “Elastic Heart,” Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler and another female dancer did an interpretive dance around her. He was such a high achiever.” “This is a terrible tragedy,” Bravo tweeted Sunday. “Our thoughts and deepest sympathy are with Greg Plitt’s family and friends at this extremely difficult time.” “He lived to 37 years to the most that you can ever imagine,” Coulter told NBC. “Greg in his 37 years probably was what most people would do in their entire lives.”

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