Jennifer Aniston Pays Tribute to A Late “Morning Show” Cast Member!

Jennifer Aniston pays tribute to a late "Morning Show" cast member

a tremendous setback. After Gunnar Mortensen, a camera assistant for the Morning Show tragically passed away on July 4, Jennifer Aniston is paying respect to him. He was 39.

On Thursday, July 7, the 53-year-old Friends alum posted a message to his Instagram Story, stating, “This past week we abruptly and cruelly lost Gunnar Mortensen.” One of the spotlights on our set for @themorningshow. He was a very talented and committed camera assistant.

In addition, the Golden Globe winner sent a link to a GoFundMe campaign set up by Mortensen’s labor organisation, ICG Local 600, to support his wife Keely and their 2-year-old son Lars “during this terrible time.”

According to the page, which has since donated more than $115,000, Mortensen, unfortunately, perished this week after a motorcycle accident. The Break-Up star ended her message on Thursday with the phrase “We are going to miss you Gunnar” and a red broken heart emoji.

Aniston also included two photos of the deceased Pennsylvania native, one with his wife and the other with his little son, in addition to the poignant homage.

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Throughout his career, Mortensen reportedly helped on numerous film sets, including those for Sharing Mavericks and Sons of Anarchy. He also reportedly gave focus puller courses.

Mortensen revealed that he started off working in the entertainment industry for $100 per day before being allowed to join a union at a Zoom session in 2020.

Jennifer Aniston pays tribute to a late "Morning Show" cast member

Based on Brian Stelter’s 2013 book Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, The Morning Show made its debut in November 2019. After her longtime coanchor Mitch (Steve Carrell) is dismissed after allegations of sexual misbehavior, the daytime TV host Alex Levy (Aniston) must decide what to do next.

Reese Witherspoon, Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, and Karen Pittman all appear in the episode as young, outspoken journalist Bradley Jackson, who is hired to turn the network inside out.

Pittman, 46, exclusively described the bizarre experience working on the acclaimed Apple TV+ series to Us Weekly in January 2020: “I’m sitting there and doing a table read with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.” It was fantastic to be seated with these amazing actors, it was like a dream come true, even if I already knew Billy Crudup before we began.

The program made its comeback for a second season in September, and in February it was renewed for a third season; however, a premiere date has not yet been set.

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