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Jennifer Aniston’s tribute to ‘Morning Show’ crew member killed in crash

Jennifer Aniston shared her condolences — and a GoFundMe web page — Thursday for a member of the “The Morning Present” crew who died from accidents in a tragic motorbike accident.

Gunnar Mortensen, 39, served as a digital camera assistant on the Apple TV+ sequence and died Monday in Southern California.

“This previous week we out of the blue and tragically misplaced Gunnar Mortensen,” 53-year-old Aniston, who can be an govt producer of the present, posted to her Instagram story. “One of many shiny lights on our @themorningshow set. As a digital camera assistant, he was so expert and devoted to his job. We’re going to miss you, Gunnar.”

In line with the net fund-raiser arrange by his Native 600 union, Mortensen leaves behind his spouse Keely and his 2-year-old son, Lars.

As of Friday, the GoFundMe raised $130,245 of its $20,000 purpose.

Jennifer Aniston stars in and govt produces “The Morning Present.”
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Gunnar Mortensen
Mortensen is survived by his spouse, Keely, and 2-year-old son, Lars.
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Gunnar Mortensen
The digital camera assistant additionally teamed up with “The Morning Present” star and producer Reese Witherspoon on her upcoming romantic comedy.
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Mortensen additionally labored on the TV sequence “Clear,” “The Rookie,” “I’m Dying Up Right here” and “Sons of Anarchy.” He additionally labored with “The Morning Present” star and producer Reese Witherspoon on her upcoming romantic comedy with Ashton Kutcher titled “Your Place or Mine.”

Season 3 of “The Morning Present” has been confirmed, however a launch date has not been set.

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