Jennifer Aniston Salutes ‘The Morning Show’ Cameraman Who Died In Motorcycle Accident

Jennifer Aniston A GoFundMe page is using its star power to get attention the morning show camera assistant gunnar mortensenHe died in a motorcycle accident on July 4 at the age of 39.

Aniston shared a post on her Instagram Stories, calling Mortensen “one of the bright lights” on the set of the AppleTV+ series.

“Last week we suddenly and tragically lost Gunnar Mortensen,” Aniston wrote as the caption of photos of Mortensen with his wife and son. “One of the brightest lights on our @themorningshow set. As a camera assistant, he was so efficient and dedicated to his work.”

He said, “In memory of Gunnar, a page has been created to help raise funds for his wife Keely and their 2-year-old son Lars during this difficult time. We are going to miss you Gunnar.”

gofundme The Los Angeles Local was created in 600 by the International Cinematographers Guild. The Guild noted in the fundraiser’s description that Mortensen “died Monday, July 4, from injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident.”

“Gunnar is survived by his wife Keely and their 2-year-old son Lars,” the statement said. “In memory of Gunnar, Local 600 has set up this GoFundMe page to help raise funds for his family during this difficult time. We encourage you to donate if you can.”

GoFundMe has already met its $20,000 goal, earning more than $132,000 as of Friday afternoon.

Riverside County Coroner’s Officesaid Mortensen died Monday after he was involved in a motorcycle accident on Southern California State Route 74 between the cities of Hemet and Mountain Center.

The accident remains under investigation. No other vehicles were involved.