Fans of "Swamp People" (Thu., 9 p.m. ET on History) mourned the loss of Mitchell Guist alongside the latest episode, which kicked off with a tribute to the series star. Guist passed away Monday after reportedly suffering a seizure while out on the waters. Show More Summary
As History prepares to pay tribute to fallen costar Mitchell Guist on tonight's "Swamp People," it's unclear whether his grieving brother will stay with the show next season. Glenn Guist was virtually inseparable from his brother, who died suddenly earlier this week at age 47 after a fall on his boat in Louisiana's Intracoastal Waterway. Show More Summary
Mitchell Guist, the star of History Channel's "Swamp People," died of natural causes, Sheriff Jeff Wiley of Ascension Parish in Louisiana said Thursday, citing the preliminary autopsy findings. The final report will not be available for another four or five weeks. The reality st …
A preliminary autopsy has been performed on History Channel star Mitchell Guist. Brother Glenn, meanwhile, 'still can't believe' he's gone.
Swamp People star Mitchell Guist died Monday of natural causes, according to an autopsy. He'll be buried Saturday, which would have been his 48th birthday, and fans are invited. The Baton Rouge Advocate reports that "Ascension Parish Sheriff Jeff Wiley said the parish coroner, Dr. Show More Summary
Mitchell Guist - the History Channel star who appeared on Swamp People alongside his brother and passed away on Monday following a fall from his boat - died of natural causes. So states the official autopsy for Guist, E! News confirms,...Show More Summary
"Swamp People" star Mitchell Guist was testing out a new houseboat he was building at the time of his death... a dream project he had worked on for months... and now one of his co-stars has vowed to finish the job as a last tribute to the fallen…
On the cable hit "Swamp People," Cajun hunter Mitchell Guist was often inseparable from his brother Glenn. But when Mitchell died Monday, the two were apart. The 47-year-old Guist was in a boat being towed by a barge on the Intracoastal...Show More Summary
Mitchell Guist, an alligator hunter on the reality TV show Swamp People, died Monday after collapsing on board his boat, according to a Louisiana sheriff. Assumption Parish Sheriff Mike Waguespack told the Associated Press that Guist was pronounced dead at a hospital Monday morning; the cause of death is still unclear. He was traveling on the [...]
Mitchell Guist, one of the Bayou Brothers on the History Channel's show 'Swamp People' died on Monday in his boat out on the Bayou. Here's our toast to dying doing what you love.
The tough-as-nails, Cajun alligator-hunting star of the History Channel's Swamp People dropped dead in his boat yesterday. The cause of death was not immediately known, but witnesses said Mitchell Guist, who would have turned 49 on Friday, appeared to suffer a seizure. Paramedics responding to the scene on Belle River...
"Swamp People" star Mitchell Guist died on the bayou. Guist, the grizzled and bearded co-star of the History reality series about Cajun alligator hunters, died Monday after suffering a fall while loading items into his boat in Assumption Parish, Louisiana, according to the network and news reports. He was four days short of his 48th birthday.
We are extremely saddened to report that our friend and beloved member of the Swamp People family, Mitchell Guist, has passed away earlier today.
Mitchell Guist, a cast member of The History Channel's Swamp People, has died, Baton Rouge's WBRZ reports. According to Assumption Parish Sheriff Mike Wauespack, Guist suffered a fall in a boat shortly after it launched into the Belle River in St. Martin Parish on Monday morning. Witnesses said... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Swamp People Mitchell Guist
Sad day in the Bayou One of the stars of History Channel’s show Swamp People died this morning. Via TMZ reports: Assumption Parish Sheriff Mike Waguespack says Mitchell Guist – who starred on the show with brother Glenn –
Sad news for viewers of the History Channel?s reality series Swamp People: Mitchell Guist, one of the show?s stars, has died in a boating accident. Early this morning the alligator-hunting resident of Louisiana?s swamp country reportedly fell from his boat and was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Mitchell Guist, who rose to national attention as one-half of the grizzled, alligator-hunting Guist Brothers on History's popular reality show, "Swamp People," has died, Louisiana police have confirmed. According to a statement made by Sheriff Mike Waguespack to WBRZ-TV Bat …
Mitchell Guist, the star of “Swamp People,” died this morning in Louisiana. Guist was on his boat in the Belle River when he fell. Local reports say that Guist may have suffered a seizure. When the boat returned to shore where someone attempted to perform CPR on Guist. The reality show star was then taken [...]Show More Summary
Mitchell Guist, one of the stars of Swamp People on the History Channel, died this morning from injuries suffered during a fall off his boat. Authorities tell WBRW.com the accident occurred around 9 a.m. along the Belle River in Louisiana. Attempts...Show More Summary
Mitchell Guist -- one of the bearded alligator-hunting brothers featured on the reality show "Swamp People" -- has died. According to WBRZ.com, Mitchell was discovered at 9 AM in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana. Law enforcement sources tell us...…