Trevor Goddard, an actor and light heavyweight boxer, died on June 7 from an apparent suicide. He was 37. According to The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office, cause of death was an accidental drug overdose.

Although he was born in Britain, Goddard was often mistaken for being Australian at auditions. So he used the vocal inflection to his advantage, and created a new identity to fit the image.

Goddard’s big break came when he landed the role of Kano in the 1985 film, “Mortal Kombat.” A series of small film roles followed, then from 1998 to 2001, he appeared as Lt. Comm. Mic Brumby in the CBS hit, “JAG.” His final role was in the blockbuster, “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.”