Calum von moger is dead, what’s happened? Australian actor and bodybuilder cause of death

Calum Jose von Moger (born 9 June 1990) is an Australian actor and bodybuilder. He is best known for his role as Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 2018 film Bigger.

In October 2014, he moved to Los Angeles. In October 2021, he moved back to Australia, where he opened a gym.

On May 6, 2022, Calum suffered self-defense and sustained injuries requiring intensive care.

On May 26, 2022, Calum admitted possession of testosterone, marijuana, methamphetamine and methamphetamine. Calum was fined $500 by a magistrate.

Bodybuilder and three-time Mr Universal Callum von Moger was rushed to hospital in serious condition after falling from a second-floor window. Mogg is famous for stepping on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s skin in the movie “Bigger.”

The 31-year-old Australian actor and bodybuilder fell from a second-floor window on May 6, seriously injuring his spine, The Sun reported this week.

In a video on his YouTube channel, his fellow bodybuilder and “Youtuber” Nick Trigili explained that Von Mogg had undergone major surgery and was in an induced coma. Trigili also revealed that Calum von Moger was under the influence of drugs at the time of the incident.

According to Trigili, Calum has been through some tough times in his life over the past few months, and his friends hope the fall will mark the beginning of a recovery. The truth is that the bodybuilder was recently kicked out of his childhood home in Australia, The Sun reports.

In fact, Calum took to his Instagram last week to talk about the tough times he’s going through. “Everyone has a past. We’ve all been through tough times. I’ll admit I screwed up a lot,” the bodybuilder said on Instagram. He also apologized and said he would learn from his mistakes and become “a better person”.

Following news of the accident, many of Calum’s 3.2 million Instagram followers wished him a speedy recovery and sent him messages of support. One of his followers wanted to encourage him and remind him that he was the standard for many. “You are my first inspiration for fitness and I hope you get through these difficult times,” his followers wrote on Instagram.