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Aron Eisenberg is an actor whose most famous role was in “Another” in the 1990’s, the science-fiction adventure series, “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” died Saturday at the age of 50.
Eisenberg’s death was announced in a Facebook post by his wife, Malissa Longo.
“It is with extreme regret and sadness to announce to you that my love and my best friend, Aron Eisenberg, passed away earlier today,” Longo wrote. “He was a very intelligent, humble, funny, and caring soul. He sought to live with integrity and truth.”
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Longo revealed in the reports that the couple had been married since Dec. 28, 2018, the day they eloped.
“During the course of our marriage was a short one,” she wrote, “our hearts are married and have been for some time. I will always be grateful for the time we had to love each other.”
The donor was a woman who had been reading, and Eisenberg’s Facebook post about the need for a kidney, according to the StarTrek.com.
No cause of death has been mentioned in the post, Eisenberg had health struggles over the last few years.
In 2015, an article in the StarTrek.com website Eisenberg was talking about it for a second kidney transplant, he was about to undergo.
He also told the site that he was born with only one kidney, and it had to be defective. He was on dialysis at the age of 14 years old, and has had his first transplant surgery at the age of 17.
However, the new kidney will fail in 2015, forcing him to resume dialysis, to have a second transplant in December of that year.
“I’m so blessed and lucky,” he told the news of the finding of a kidney from a donor of the same year. “It’s really incredible.”
“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was a spin-off series, which is derived from the original “Star Trek” series from the late 1960’s.
“Deep Space Nine” aired from 1993 to 1999, and has been seen in reruns ever since.
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Eisenberg is a “one more character” it was a very “Ferengi”, but with a large head, and prominent ears. He has appeared in over 40 episodes of the series during its seven-season run, according to the StarTrek.com.
On the same day, Eisenberg passed away, the Hawaii Tribune-Herald reported that he was one of the actors scheduled to appear later this month at HawaiiCon, an annual science fiction and fantasy event.