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A screenshot from a Greg Plitt fitness video showing him working out on train tracks. Photo: YouTube
Greg Plitt, a model, actor and reality TV star, has died after he was hit by a train while apparently filming a fitness video.
Plitt, 37, whose real name was George, was being videotaped by two men on the tracks on Saturday afternoon when he was hit by a passenger train, according to police in Los Angeles.
Investigators have ruled out suicide, and Plitt had shot workout videos on railroad tracks before.
Greg Plitt at a Hollywood premiere in 2008. Photo: Getty Images
Police have interviewed witnesses who saw Plitt standing on the track even as the train's horn was blaring, police told the Associated Press.
"It's like a blind turn," he said. "When the train came, you might not be able to tell which set the train is on."
Plitt is best known for appearing on Bravo's reality TV series Work Out. An episode featuring him on Bravo's new series Friends to Lovers is a few weeks away.
Plitt "was as nice as he was beautiful," tweeted Andy Cohen. "We couldn't take our eyes off Greg Plitt after we cast him on Work Out. ... (He) seemed invincible, like Superman," wrote the Bravo producer.
Sergeant Chris Canales of the Burbank Police Department told USA Today that Plitt died at approximately 4:05 pm local time. "For some reason, he was on the track, and he was struck by the train," Canales said.
A train passenger told ABC7 that Plitt, who has shot workout videos on train tracks before, had a camcorder in his hand when he was hit. Burbank police told People that a camera was seized as evidence, but it is unclear whether the camera was Plitt's.
Bravo released this statement: "This is a very sad tragedy. Our thoughts and deepest sympathy are with Greg's family and friends."
The actor and West Point graduate has appeared on more than 200 magazine covers, and on NBC's daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives, according to a website in Plitt's name.
A motivational video on the website shows Plitt working out on the tracks as a train passes by.
Plitt was born in Baltimore. He served five years in the Army after graduating from West Point, the website said.
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if he wanted to lose some weight and reshape his body, he was on the right track.
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got a gut? he'll show you how to flatten that stomach in 3 seconds.
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