'60 Days In' Docuseries Star Nate Burrell Dies by Suicide at 33
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Nate Burrell has died by suicide at the age of 33, according to TMZ, on Saturday. Burrell participated on seasons three and four of the A&E docuseries “60 Days In,” a series that sends volunteers undercover in jails to observe what guards and cameras might be missing.
Burrell’s sister, Chelsey Walker, confirmed his death, telling TMZ: “Nathan loved his country, loved his family and was a very caring guy. He was just in a bad place. He was very proud of being on ’60 Days In,’ and he really cherished his time on that show.”
Prior to starring on the series, Burrell served in the United States Marine Corps infantry division. He completed two tours of duty in Iraq before joining the reserves and earning an honorary discharge in 2013. He worked as a fish and wildlife officer in Michigan at the time of his death.
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