‘Deadliest Catch’ Star Nick McGlashan Dies At 33

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A reality TV star from the “Deadliest Catch” died Sunday in Nashville.

Nick McGlashan’s family and the medical examiner confirmed the star’s death to TMZ. McGlashan’s cause of death has not been revealed at this time, the outlet reported.

“Our deepest sympathy goes out to Nick’s loved ones during this difficult time,” a spokesperson for Discovery told People magazine. “Nick came from a long line of crabbers and was known for his great depth of knowledge. He also had a sharp sense of humor even in the most difficult conditions. He will be deeply missed by all those who knew him.” (RELATED: ‘Love Island’ Host Caroline Flack Commits Suicide Before Her Assault Trial, Coroner Says)

McGlashan’s sister also tweeted out the news, according to People magazine.

“My brother nick passed away,” she reportedly tweeted. “This is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to go through. Please hold your loved ones tight.”

McGlashan was a 7th generation fisherman, according to his biography on Discovery. He began crabbing at the age of 13.

“Nick is known for his witty quips, working through the pain, and not stopping the job until it’s done,” his biography said. “He has also kept the boat running through all kinds of mechanical issues, manufacturing quick fixes on the fly. “Nick has a wealth of fishing experience and, according to Captain Bill, is the epitome of a true crabber.”