‘Veronica Mars’ Actor’s Family Get Letters In Mail Day After He Commits Suicide By Jumping Off Building

The individual letters to his family and friends suggests the act was premeditated.

Brad Bufanda -- known for his role on "Veronica Mars" -- committed suicide by jumping off a building on Wednesday. On Thursday, his family and friends received individual letters from the actor, which indicates that his suicide was premeditated.

According to TMZ, Bufanda, 34, penned the letters days before his suicide. It is unclear whether or not the letters explain why committed suicide. However, at least one of the letters reportedly was written to thank a loved one for actions that Bufanda appreciated.

The actor also left behind a suicide note which police found not far from, or on, his body a coroner told the Daily News. On the note, he listed his parents in addition to a "thank you" list to people in his life. He even took the time to send one of his belongings to someone as a joke. He sent his MacBook laptop to his representative because he liked PCs.

According to the Daily Mail, his body was discovered post-suicide by a homeless person on a Los Angeles street. The actor has a recurring role on “Veronica Mars.” He also acted as a child on “Roseanne,” “CSI: Miami,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “Boston Public” and “Days of our Lives.”

Bufanda's manager, Kirsten Solem, said in a statment to the Daily News that the acotr Bufanda was just "reviving his career." She wrote, "We are completely devastated for he was an extremely talented young actor and wonderful, caring human being. [...] The family would appreciate privacy at this difficult time."

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