Blake Heron, a former child star known for the 1996 film “Shiloh,” died in September 2017 at the age of 35, and now his cause of death has been revealed.
According to a death certificate obtained by The Blast, Heron died due to the “effects of multiple drugs."
The star reportedly had fentanyl in his system, as well as medications for high blood pressure, anxiety, nerve pain and allergies.
He had recently completed a stint in rehab.
Back in September, Heron’s girlfriend found him unresponsive in his L.A. home. When emergency responders arrived they administered Narcan, but were unable to save him.
The actor had remained active in the industry over the years. He attended the Tribeca Film Festival in 2017 for the film “A Thousand Junkies,” and will appear in the March 2018 film “Dirt,” starring Kevin Dillon.