Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Member Mourns Over Crew Member, Joe Teague’s Death. Cast Pays Tribute

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On May 6, 2022 Agent of SHIELD family lost one of its crew members, Joe Teague. Joe Teague has been part of the family since the beginning of the series. He used to work as a grip on the series. He died in a traffic accident. His death left a significant mark on the family of Agent of SHIELD.

GoFundMe said, “If you knew Joe, you know that he spent his life inspiring everyone around him. He brought laughter and love to his friends and family and we are all better people for having known him.  He was always the guy you could count on, and the world is a dimmer place without him. Joe was tragically taken from us on May 6, 2022 in a traffic accident, leaving a massive hole in our hearts, but most especially in Elisa’s (Joe Teague’s wife).”

Joe Teague with his wife Elisa
Joe Teague with his wife Elisa: Image: GoFundMe

RIP Joe Teague. You will be missed.

GoFundMe has set up a fundraiser for Teague’s wife. You can donate HERE.

Cast members and creators posted about him.

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Joe, you star, you bright bright light. How lucky we were to get to know you. Gosh, we lost one of the best and it really really hurts. Thinking of Joe’s family and friends during this impossible time. Joe was a grip on @agentsofshield but this picture was taken during shooting my short film in October. A few days before, some pivotal stuff fell through, I couldn’t get equipment I needed, it seemed like after all the planning it just wasn’t going to happen. Joe saved the movie and pulled every string in town to make it happen. Then there were huge fires between the set, his house and the equipment. Okay, this time there was really no way we could make it happen… but Joe didn’t see ‘no’s. He drove for hours around it all and made. It. Happen. He would do anything for you. He had a generosity of spirit that I can’t quite put into words. He believed in people. He believed in the power of storytelling. And he was so so so fun. Always a smile, always a giggle. I treasure your belief in me Joe and I’m so happy I got to tell you that. Seize the day everyone, whether that is doing that thing you always wanted to do, or allowing yourself to rest without judgement. Let’s be kind to ourselves and look for who we can be like Joe to. Who you can believe in and give generously and selflessly to. This life can be gone so so quickly ?

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I hate this I hate this. Yesterday a beloved member of our shield family passed away. Joe was a good one. He was passionate, thoughtful, and unbearably kind. I started the show off as a kid, and through the years he was always there to answer so many of my naive production questions with no judgement, so much knowledge and an endless amount of enthusiasm. His passion for what he did was infectious. He was just so damn lovely. I wish everyone knew him. It’s hard to understand why these things happen. Especially to the good ones…cause man, he was such a good one. Joe, we love you dude. You will be missed. ?? A Go Fund Me has been set up to help support Joe’s family during this unbelievably difficult time. I’ll be putting the link in my bio. ??

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