Brian Turk, who appeared on 'Beverly Hills, 90210,' 'Boy Meets World' and 'ER,' dies at 49

Actor Brian Turk, who you may recognize from shows like "Beverly Hills, 90210," "ER" and "Boy Meets World," has died at the age of 49 after a battle with cancer, The Sun reports.

His death comes two months after a GoFundMe account was set up in July in an effort to fund his battle. The page revealed at the time that one year into Turk's battle, the cancer had become terminal.

"Just over a year ago our dear friend, Brian Turk, was diagnosed with cancer," the page read. "Being the selfless and private person that he is, Brian kept this quiet so as not to concern his family and friends. Unfortunately, the cancer has now become terminal."

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HOLLYWOOD - JANUARY 6: Actor Brian Turk attends the "Carnivale" second season party at the Paramount Theater on January 6, 2005 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images)
HOLLYWOOD - AUGUST 5: (L-R) Actress Debra Christofferson, costume supervisor Linda Henrikson and actor Brian Turk of the production "Carnivale" attend the premiere party by the TV Academy Costume Design & Supervision Peer Group on August 5, 2004 at the Hollywood Entertainment Museum in Hollywood, California. The party marked the opening of a new exhibition "Designing TV : Emmy 2004 Outstanding Costume and Art Direction". (Photo by Amanda Edwards/Getty Images)
Brian Turk, an actor who appeared on TV shows including "Carnivàle" and "Beverly Hills, 90210," has died after a battle with cancer. He was 49.
Brian Turk, an actor who appeared on TV shows including "Carnivàle" and "Beverly Hills, 90210," has died after a battle with cancer. He was 49.
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The GoFundMe's description went on to honor his spirit and the impact that he's had on the various communities that he had been a part of.

"Brian has impacted so many of us in a positive way whether it be on the football field, at Mater Dei or USC, on stage or in our personal lives," it said. "He has always been there for us in our times of need and celebration."

Turk also appeared in HBO's "Carnivale," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Two and a Half Men" and "General Hospital."

Brian Turk is survived by his wife and 8-year-old son.

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