'The Runaways' Actor Johnny Lewis Dead at 28 Following Apparent Murder

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Actor Johnny Lewis, who starred in numerous movies and television shows including a prominent run on the hit series "Sons of Anarchy," was found dead today according to The New York Daily News. He was 28.

According to early reports, Lewis was found lying dead in the driveway of a Los Angeles home by police officers responding to reports of a "screaming woman." Police also discovered the body of Katherine Chabot Davis inside the home, an 81-year-old woman who apparently died due to blunt force trauma. Lewis is considered a suspect in her murder.

"The best we're piecing together now is that it appears that some type of altercation occurred inside of the house resulting in the death of the woman," LAPD Commander Andrew Smith. "Then this individual [Lewis] ran outside, had an altercation with a couple of neighbors, ran back into the house and by the time we got here, he had fallen or had somehow died on the driveway."

Over the course of his 12-year acting career, Lewis appeared in several films, including the Kristen Stewart rock drama 'The Runaways" and the sci-fi thriller "AVPR: Aliens vs Predator Requiem." He's best known, however, for his television work, which included a long run on the hit series "The O.C." and his most memorable role, Kip "Half Sack" Epps on the first two seasons of "Sons of Anarchy."

Lewis also dated singer Katy Perry in 2006.