McGlashan was 33.
No explanation for demise or additional data was given and his demise is presently below investigation.
Discovery, the community dwelling of his collection, launched an announcement to CNN.
“Our deepest sympathy goes out to Nick’s family members throughout this troublesome time,” the assertion learn. “Nick got here from an extended line of crabbers and was recognized for his nice depth of information. He additionally had a pointy humorousness even in probably the most troublesome circumstances. He can be deeply missed by all those that knew him.”
The present chronicles the lives of crews engaged on fishing vessels within the Bering Sea.
Born in Alaska to a veteran industrial fisherman, McGlashan started engaged on a ship when he was 13 years previous.
“He was named after his nice uncle Nick McGlashan, who labored on the primary boat rumored to have pioneered the U.S. crab trade, the F/V Deep Sea, inbuilt 1947,” the bio reads. “Two of Nick’s aunts had been additionally crabbers; one was misplaced at sea when the boat sank in 1986.”
McGlashan labored as a deck boss on “Deadliest Catch” and has appeared on the collection since 2013.
McGlashan wrote that he had been abusing alcohol, heroin, and methamphetamine, overdosing 3 times earlier than he went into therapy in September 2016 and bought sober.
“My life went from Bering Sea badass to full-blown junkie very quickly. Hidden from me was that zeal I had for all times,” he wrote “Taken from me was my capacity to dwell. I used to be at conflict with my habit and it was profitable.”
He was kicked off the boat for a time throughout Season 13 to cope with his habit.
“Although he is had his ups and downs, Nick has battled endlessly to remain sober and embrace a brand new sober way of life and is now so dedicated to his restoration that he conjures up others in their very own,” in line with his Discovery Go bio.