Actor Johnny Wactor tragically shot and killed in Los Angeles – Shocking details emerge on his untimely death

Los Angeles, California – Actor Johnny Wactor, best known for his role as Brando Corbin in the soap opera “General Hospital,” tragically passed away after being shot in Los Angeles.

Wactor was fatally shot after encountering three suspects attempting to steal a catalytic converter from his vehicle, according to his mother, Scarlett Wactor. The incident occurred in the early hours of Saturday, with the Los Angeles Police Department confirming the details.

Scarlett Wactor recounted how her son discovered the suspects near his car after finishing work at a rooftop bar, initially mistaking their presence for a towing situation. Tragically, one of the suspects, wearing a mask, opened fire on Wactor as he approached his vehicle. Despite his innocence in the situation, Wactor succumbed to his injuries at the hospital following the attack.

Described as a “beautiful soul” by his mother, Wactor’s untimely death has left a significant void in the lives of his family and loved ones. The LAPD Central Division Homicide unit is currently investigating the case.

Aged 37, Johnny Wactor portrayed a recurring character on “General Hospital” from 2020 to 2022, earning recognition and praise for his work on the show. His talent extended to other series like “Criminal Minds,” “Siberia,” and “Westworld,” where he showcased his acting abilities.

Tributes poured in for Wactor, with his colleagues at “General Hospital” expressing their shock and sadness at his passing. Sofia Mattson, who acted alongside Wactor on the show, remembered him as an incredible individual, emphasizing his positive impact on those around him. Wactor’s manager also mourned the loss, highlighting his kindness, professionalism, and dedication to his craft.

The entertainment industry mourns the loss of Johnny Wactor, a talented actor taken too soon. Despite the senseless tragedy that took his life, Wactor’s memory will live on through his work and the lives he touched during his career.