Yellowstone‘s Teeter, Jen Landon, has just announced the untimely death of beloved crew member, husband, and father Matt Bulleri after a heart attack.
“We lost a great member of our Yellowstone Family,” Landon begins on her official Instagram late Friday. “Matt Bulleri died unexpectedly of a heart attack on Wednesday while shooting a show in Los Angeles. If you feel inclined, please make a donation to the link provided in my bio.”
The Yellowstone star says that “Funds will go towards Matt’s wife and baby girl while they begin navigating life without him.”
Absolutely heart-wrenching. Outsider’s sincerest condolences to the Bulleris, and to all our beloved Yellowstone crew & cast.
“If you feel inclined, please make a donation to the link in my bio,” Landon echoes in the caption of her Instagram post.
Within, Yellowstone fans are learning of the death of the “Yellowstone Family member” for the first time.
According to his IMDb and LinkedIn pages, Matthew Bulleri was a prolific key grip in Hollywood. His camera work would extend from Yellowstone to dozens of other television and film projects.
From TV series I Am Not Okay with This to Mindhunter, Bulleri’s work is everywhere. He would work on HBO’s popular Silicon Valley series as a key grip, as well as the 2014 blockbuster Transformers: Age of Extinction.
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Matt Bulleri’s career began in 2007 as a camera operator for Blood Ties. In the time since, his portfolio would grow to include hundreds of television episodes and films.
Some of his most recent work included the cameras of Yellowstone.
Other prolific credits for Bulleri include:
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower (best boy grip)
- Real Steel (company grip)
- Super 8 (rigging grip)
- Scream 4 (additional grip)
- Zack and Miri Make a Porno (grip – as Matt Bulleri)
- A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (additional grip)
- Oz the Great and Powerful (grip)
- Those Who Kill (TV Series) (key grip – 10 episodes)
- Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (key grip)
- Eloise (dolly grip: “a” camera)
The Yellowstone crew member leaves behind his wife and baby daughter.
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On Yellowstone, fans love her work as the bombastic ranch hand with a killer Texas draw, Teeter. Before the role that would change her life, however, she was primarily known for her Emmy-award-winning work in the world of daytime soap operas.
Our sincerest condolences to the entire cast & crew of Yellowstone, including the wonderful Jen Landon.