Mariska Hargitay And Morgan Freeman Pay Tribute To Costumer Josh Wallwork After He Dies From Coronavirus

“Law and Order: SUV” star Mariska Hargitay is remembering one of the crew members who has died from coronavirus.

Josh Wallwork, a costumer on “Law and Order” died from the disease at 45-years-old.

“Very sad news today. One of our costumers, and a beautiful man, Josh Wallwork, passed away from complications of Covd-19. Cast and crew send love and prayers to his family and friends. We are heartbroken,” “SVU” showrunner Warren Leight shared on Twitter.

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Hargitay retweeted the news, adding, “Heartbroken we are. I don’t think I ever saw him without a smile on his face. He brought love and kindness everywhere he went. Always ready with the joke. The ‘SVU’ Corredor will never be the same.
We will miss you Josh. #ForeverInOurHearts.”

Morgan Freeman wrote his own tribute, “His absence will be greatly felt in our lives & we mourn his untimely passing. Our hearts go out to his family & friends.”

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Wallwork was also known for his work on “Madam Secretary” and “Bull”. Other people on Twitter also paid tribute to Wallwork:

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