(PAGE SIX) — A police report reveals “Seinfeld” actor Charles Levin’s body was discovered naked without “external genitalia present” and partially consumed by vultures at the bottom of a slope in July.
The 70-year-old comedian, who went missing in late June, was reportedly dead for days when his remains were discovered in a remote part of Oregon, according to a police report obtained by The Daily Mail.
The badly decomposed body was found 30 feet down a steep slope of a remote mountain, leading authorities to believe he fell down a ravine while trying to get help, the report said.
Levin was reported missing by his son Jesse on June 28. The actor had reportedly called a friend that day to say he was lost near Cave Junction, Oregon.
The body was found on July 13 without “any obvious sign of injury,” the report said.
The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety wrote in a gruesome report that Levin’s body was found naked and “there were no signs of external genitalia present.” His head was still attached to his body, per the report, but there was “significant decay around the mouth” exposing his jaw.
“Signs of animal scavenging likely in the form of turkey vultures” led police to believe vultures had eaten some of his body.
Levin’s body was identified using dental records and the coroner declared the death “accidental.”
As previously reported, Levin’s car was also found in a remote area and authorities found the remains of his fawn-colored pug, Boo Boo Bear, inside the vehicle.
Levin, who portrayed the nervous mohel in a 1993 episode of “Seinfeld,” was best known for his recurring role as Elliot Novak in the CBS sitcom “Alice,” which aired from 1976 to 1985.