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Husband Star of “One Tree Hill” Bevin Prince died last Sunday after being struck by lightning while riding a boat with friends near their home in Wilmington, North Carolina, according to reports.
William Friend was 33 years old.
“The unimaginable has happened,” wrote Prince’s friend, actress Odette Annabel, on her Instagram account in honor of her boyfriend. “The life and love you gave my best friend made us feel so good because we were thousands of miles away. As I sit in your beautiful house, overlooking the ocean, I still think of the gift you gave Bevin. What a gift you gave to everyone who knew you to witness the passion that was kindled in me. Your soul.Passion to help people, to build your business, to find happiness that you have never seen before in your life. North Carolina with Bevin. I was perfect for her in every way. You supported her dreams, you made them feel visible, you adored her with every part of your soul and I will forever be grateful to see that kind of love.”
She said her “heart breaks” as she listens to Prince, 39, share stories about her boyfriend “because she She lost the love of her life And the world lost a really good one.”
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New Hanover County sheriffs performed CPR on a friend for 20 minutes after he was injured near Masonboro Island, North Carolina. He was pronounced dead in an ambulance on the way to the hospital, according to WECT-TV.
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In February, Prince posted a photo of a friend and their dog On her Instagram page, Writing, “Happy Valentine’s Day! I love you both more than words!”
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Prince and a friend moved from New York to North Carolina during the pandemic to be closer to family and started a local business called Recess Together.
Prince played Bevin Mirsky in the teen drama “One Tree Hill,” which ran from 2003 to 2012.
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