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    Andrew Koenig was last seen on Feb. 14 in Vancouver. He missed his flight back to the States on the 16th.

    Andrew suffers from depression. If anybody's seen him since 2/14/10 PLEASE contact Detective Raymond Payette of the Vancouver PD at 604-717-2534.

    Best wishes to the Koenig family.

    Jan
    "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

  • #2
    Thanks Jan,

    Best of luck and wishes to the family. I hope Andrew is found safely.

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    • #3
      That's bad, my thoughts are with them - hope he turns up safely.

      RedEyeSky
      "Chance favors the warrior."
      ~Na'Toth

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      • #4
        That doesn't sound good at all... sounds like he made some arrangements beforehand. I remember him from Batman: Dead End, playing Joker. Thought he was pretty good.

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        • #5
          They had a picture of him on the local news last night, but didn't mention his father. Only that he was on the TV show. Vancouver is not too far from here.

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          • #6
            CNN Reporting Andrew Koenig's body found

            My thoughts and best wishes to the Koenig family if this is true...

            Missing actor's body found in Vancouver park, source says

            February 25, 2010 7:14 p.m. EST
            (CNN) -- Actor Andrew Koenig, missing since February 14, was found dead in Vancouver, British Colombia, Thursday, a source close to the family told CNN.
            The body of the former "Growing Pains" star was found in a park, according to the source, who spoke to Koenig's father after Koenig was informed of the discovery.
            The source asked not to be named because of the sensitivity of the matter.
            Koenig, 41, was reported missing by his parents after he missed a flight to Los Angeles from Vancouver last week.
            Vancouver police confirmed a body was found in Stanley Park around noon Thursday, but they would say only that it was "believed to be that of Andrew Koenig."
            A police news conference was set for 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET).
            All generalizations are false, including this one.

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            • #7
              I just saw this on another site. I can't imagine the pain his family must be going through. My thoughts and best wishes go out to them.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Karen View Post
                I just saw this on another site. I can't imagine the pain his family must be going through. My thoughts and best wishes go out to them.
                My condolences to Walter and his family. The loss of a child is something no parent should have to go through.
                What a wonderful world you live in. -
                Yeah, well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent and I get to make my own hours.

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                • #9
                  If this is confirmed then my entire family sends our best wishes.

                  How sad.
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                  Yes, I still collect Laserdiscs!!
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                  • #10
                    It's on the IMDb now:

                    The body of missing actor Andrew Koenig has been found in Vancouver, Canada.

                    The former Growing Pains star was last seen on 14 February. He disappeared during a trip to Vancouver and was reported missing by a friend after failing to show up for his flight home to Los Angeles on 16 February.

                    His parents, former Star Trek actor Walter Koenig and his wife Judy, issued an emotional plea to the 41 year old during a police press conference on Wednesday, when they begged Andrew to get in touch just to assure them he is "Ok".

                    The same day, his friend Jenny Magenta confessed her fears that the star may have "taken his own life" - and now his family and friends have had their worst fears confirmed.

                    The tragic actor's body was found in Vancouver's Stanley Park around 12pm local time on Thursday afternoon.

                    Vancouver authorities held a press conference at 5pm (Pst), just hours after the discovery, during which a police spokesperson revealed they had no reason to believe foul play was involved in Koenig's death. However, their investigations are continuing.

                    The representative told the news conference, "Andrew's body was found in the park by friends who had initiated their own search. Our investigations are continuing... We will not release any further details about cause of death. We have no reason to believe foul play was involved."

                    Koenig's dad Walter fought back tears as he told reporters, "We've already said what a great guy he was and a good human being... He was obviously in a lot of pain... What you can learn from this is that there are people out there who really, really care."

                    Judy Koenig added, "He was much loved and he had much to contribute in this world. This is the only statement that we are making. Please respect our privacy."
                    This is very, very sad.
                    Jonas Kyratzes | Lands of Dream

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                    • #11
                      Very sad indeed. I'll be thinking of his family.
                      Flying around the room under my own power.

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                      • #12
                        Oh so sad.
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                        Yes, I still collect Laserdiscs!!
                        47" Phillips 1080p 46" Samsung 1080p Toshiba HD-30E (2 both Multi Region) PS3-80G 120G BR Multi-Region Maidstone MD-BR-2102 Sky-HD Freesat-HD Pioneer DVL-909 CLD-D925 CLD-2950 (AC3) CLD-D515 CLD S315 Yamaha ADP-1 Meridian 519 Pioneer 609 (DD/DTS) x 2 Speakers & subs Jammo M/S Pioneer Technics Sony Eltax Akai Aiwa

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                        • #13
                          I would not normally post a link to the video of Walter, or any family member speaking at such a time, but I think that the message Walter and his wife a trying to pass on through this is one that should be seen.
                          http://www.tmz.com/videos?autoplay=t...sShareURL=true
                          RIP Andrew and I hope your parents find their own peace with your passing.

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                          • #14
                            I saw the follow-on report and, what bravery and empathy. To turn the saddest moments of their lives into a plea for other depression sufferers to not give up.

                            Not making a 'big thing' but as a person that suffers from this (and as one that had indeed contemplated suicide), this really touched me.
                            Last edited by DGTWoodward; 02-27-2010, 05:49 AM. Reason: Not sure whether to tell
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                            Yes, I still collect Laserdiscs!!
                            47" Phillips 1080p 46" Samsung 1080p Toshiba HD-30E (2 both Multi Region) PS3-80G 120G BR Multi-Region Maidstone MD-BR-2102 Sky-HD Freesat-HD Pioneer DVL-909 CLD-D925 CLD-2950 (AC3) CLD-D515 CLD S315 Yamaha ADP-1 Meridian 519 Pioneer 609 (DD/DTS) x 2 Speakers & subs Jammo M/S Pioneer Technics Sony Eltax Akai Aiwa

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by LightStorm View Post
                              I saw the follow-on report and, what bravery and empathy. To turn the saddest moments of their lives into a plea for other depression sufferers to not give up.

                              Not making a 'big thing' but as a person that suffers from this (and as one that had indeed contemplated suicide), this really touched me.
                              Then I think they would feel it has served its purpose.

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