Henry Deutschendorf, the "Ghosbuster II" actor in 1989, was found dead at the age of 28. Tragically, he's believed to have committed suicide during the weekend in his home in Escondido, California. According to a report from Hollywood Life, Henry killed himself and the details are yet to be revealed.

The actor is commonly known for his role as Baby Oscar whom he played along with his twin brother, William. To recall, William dedicated to raising a fund for a certain disorder called "Schizoaffective," which is the same disorder that Henry suffered from.

Back in 2008, the young actor was diagnosed with such mental problem which is commonly characterized by certain conditions like bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression.

Medical examiner report

In an official report from the medical examiner, it was believed that Henry hanged himself when he was found dead by his brother. After seeing what happened, William immediately called the 911 for help. According to his brother William, Henry had fought for his mental disorder every day and that includes hallucinations, delusions, and depression mania.

Prior to his death, Henry appeared in the 2017 documentary video about "Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters." He also usually worked together with William in a martial arts school in San Diego.

Since then, the 28-year old actor no longer appeared to any shows on TV and on films. Nevertheless, he will always be remembered as the guy who captured the hearts of many as Baby Oscar of 1989’s “Ghostbuster II.”

A loving son

Amid the fact that Henry had been suffering from his mental disorder, he tried to continue living a normal life.

Together with his brother William, they went to open a martial arts school in California, the West Coast Martial Arts Academy. In an official statement posted by William, he shared that Henry will always be remembered by his parents being a loving son.

William added that Henry was someone who offered help whenever he can when the family needed it.

Further, his nieces and nephews will also remember him being the funniest uncle they ever had. He had spent most of his time to these kids and was always ready to play with them.

William continued as he shared that Henry will always be the bravest man he had ever known. To his students, Henry was a loving mentor of martial arts and of life. And to William, he will always remember Henry as a loving brother, partner, and best friend for life. For the meantime, the family has kept the details of his funeral in private as they asked fans to respect their time of grief.