Actor Jackson Odell of TV's 'Goldbergs' found dead at 20

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Actor and songwriter Jackson Odell has died.

He was best known for his role as Ari Caldwell in season one and two of The Goldbergs.

Odell was found dead at a residence in Tarzana, California on Friday, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

TMZ reports there was no sign of foul play.

The actor's other TV credits include parts on "Private Practice", "iCarly", "Modern Family", "Arrested Development" and "The Fosters". He was also a successful singer/songwriter.

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Most recently, he wrote the soundtrack of the 2018 movie "Forever Your Girl" which included the Lauren Alaina hit "Wings of an Angel".

He began acting at age 12. "Our family will always carry that truth forward", the statement continued.

No word yet on cause of death or what Odell had been doing in the sober living home.

The message indicated that there would be no additional statements as the family tries "to make sense of our immeasurable loss privately".