British actress and comedian Tanya Fear, who was reported missing in Southern California last week, was found unharmed on Monday, her manager said, and police said there were no criminal investigation into his disappearance.
The fear, which has appeared in “Doctor Who” and other TV shows and films, was last seen Thursday before his family reported the actor’s disappearance to Los Angeles Police, has declared his manager.
The LAPD Missing Persons Unit confirmed that Fear was located on Monday and his family had been notified.
There is no criminal activity linked to his disappearance, according to the LAPD, which no longer has an open investigation.
“It is with great pleasure and relief to announce that Tanya has been found safe and sound by the police today. We understand that she is not physically injured, but as a precaution she is assessed at a local hospital, ”Fear director Alex Cole said in a statement.
“We would like to thank the police, members of the public for their efforts to locate Tanya, as well as for the outpouring of concern and support over the past few days. Tanya’s family are relieved and extremely grateful.”
Fear, who also appeared on UK shows “Cleaning Up” and “Endeavor” and in the 2015 film “A Moving Image”, had recently starred in the stand-up and had been in Southern California for two months.
The actress is best known for her role as Jade McIntyre in the British science fiction series “Doctor Who”.