Houston Tumlin, kid entertainer in 'Talladega Evenings,' kicks the bucket at 28

 The military veteran was at home with his better half in Alabama when he kicked the bucket by self destruction on Tuesday. 

Houston Tumlin as Walker Bobby in "Talladega Evenings: The Anthem of Ricky Bobby" in 2006 

By David K. Li and Diana Dasrath 

Previous kid entertainer Houston Tumlin, who played the child of Will Ferrell's character in "Talladega Evenings: The Anthem of Ricky Bobby," has kicked the bucket by self destruction, specialists said Wednesday. 

The 28-year-old passed on in his Pelham, Alabama, home on Tuesday evening, Shelby Province Coroner Lina Evans revealed to NBC News. 

Tumlin's better half was at home at that point and found his body, as indicated by the coroner. 

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Ferrell's Ricky Bobby supports: "I love the manner in which they are conversing with you, since they are champs. Champs will do what they need." 

In February, Tumlin shared a legacy photograph on Instagram of himself and his onscreen sibling presenting at the debut of "Talladega Evenings." He expressed, "Disclose to me a bunch of 'siblings' more attractive. I'll stand by." 

Tumlin's better half, Noble cause Robertson, grieved the previous youngster star on Facebook. 

I've never encountered a harmed this way. I feel numb, I feel crushed, I feel lost. I feel vacant. My heart is totally broken," she inscribed a few photos of the couple Tuesday. "My sweet, sweet child.. Our time together was probably the best insight of my life. I'll miss your enormous heart, caring soul, irresistible giggling, and goodness man could the rundown go on. I love your savvy mouth, your 'i'm in every case right' demeanor... your embraces, your kisses, your touch.. Just YOU!"