After a fight with two different cancers, Ned Eisenberg, who starred in Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, passed away on Sunday. Mariska Hargitay is lamenting the passing of her Law co-star. The actress, 57, paid tribute to her late coworker on Instagram on Wednesday after learning of his passing.
She began her heartfelt message with the words, “My heart is so full of pain over the passing of our darling, dear Ned Eisenberg. “What a light, and how much love. And such a first-rate actor, who is nothing like him as a first-rate person. “.
His bright, sly smile and wide-open heart will always be a part of how we remember him, she said. Ned, you are cherished and missed. Along with the statement, Hargitay uploaded a picture of herself grinning and dressed in a suit. He was a really good lawyer, and that is a sad day in the history of SVU, she said in the summary.
Eisenberg passed away at home in New York, according to his agents. The actor had cholangiocarcinoma and ocular melanoma before he passed away. Eisenberg fought “bravely” against his cancer diagnosis, according to Eisenberg’s wife Patricia.
Cholangiocarcinoma and ocular melanoma were two unusual assassins who had him in their sights, she said. “He bravely battled the cancers in isolation for two years, working in show business the entire time to make sure his family and himself were covered by his medical insurance. “.
The couple’s son, Lino, and his wife, remain as Eisenberg’s survivors. After Eisenberg’s passing, his friend and former manager, Craig Dorfman, said, “He will be missed. Eisenberg was one of the kindest and most talented performers with whom I ever worked. The New Yorker was a recurring character on Law & Order: SVU.
Eisenberg, a Bronx native, made his acting debut in Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon. He later performed, among other things, in a Broadway production of The Green Bird. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Mare of Easttown, Little Voice, The Good Wife, Person of Interest, 30 Rock, and White Collar are a few of his most recent guest and regular TV appearances and roles. Other notable film roles include those in Million Dollar Baby, Flags of Our Fathers, Limitless, and Last Man Standing.