Missing: Local Hollywood actor Charles Levin

Missing: Local Hollywood actor Charles Levin (Courtesy Grants Pass Department of Public Safety)

A Grants Pass man who was in the process of moving has gone missing, according to the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety.

Charles Levin, 70, was moving to a home on Redwood Avenue from a residence near SW G Street. GPDPS Lt. Todd Moran says Levin was expected to be moved out of his old apartment by July 1st, but some of his possessions are still in the SW G Street home. People who know Levin tell police that he is a responsible person, so it is unusual for him to miss that moving deadline, according to Moran.

Levin is described by police as approximately 5'9" tall, 215 pounds, partially bald with gray hair and brown eyes. He drives an orange 2012 Fiat with the Oregon license plate "CU37112."

Authorities are still working on narrowing down the exact time when Levin was last seen. Local police first received a call about Levin from his son, who lives in Los Angeles, on July 8th.

Levin is almost always with his light brown Pug named Boo Boo Bear, according to the GPDPS.

A non-profit called Operation Found Safe shared the following Facebook post about Levin:

Levin is an actor known for his role as Elliot Novak on the show Alice, as well as his recurring role as Eddie Gregg on Hill Street Blues and multiple Woody Allen films.

Anyone with information about Levin's whereabouts is urged to contact the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety.


Update (07/15/19): Authorities in Grants Pass believe they may have found the body of missing actor Charles Levin.

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