Stephen Dunham, who starred in several television shows including NBC's DAG, died last week after suffering a heart attack, Variety reports.
Dunham, whose full name was Stephen Dunham Bowers, was born in New Hampshire and attended NYU, according to his obituary. He appeared as a lead actor in a number of short-lived TV shows, including DAG; Oh, Grow Up and Hot Properties (alongside Sofia Vergara). He also had recurring and guest roles on What I Like About You, The Bill Engvall Show, Just Shoot Me and Hot in Cleveland.
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The actor's film credits included The Mummy, Catch Me If You Can, Traffic and most recently Oliver Stone's Savages. Dunham will also be seen in Paranormal Activity 4 this fall, starring as the husband of his real-life wife, Alexondra Lee.
Dunham died on Sept. 14 after reportedly suffering a heart attack several days prior. He is survived by Lee, as well as his parents, a brother and a sister, according to Variety.