Shipping Wars Star Roy Garber Dies After Suffering A Heart Attack

The A&E show favorite is dead at 49 years old.

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Roy Garber liked moving things and getting paid for it and that’s just what he did up until his death on Jan. 17.

The man who wasted no time on A&E’s hit reality show Shipping Wars died after suffering a heart attack, his long-time girlfriend told TMZ. He was rushed to a Texas hospital Friday night but passed away shortly after his arrival.

Roy Garber had a no-nonsense attitude on the A&E reality show. (Courtesy of A&E) 

The reality star was 49 years old. Roy suffered from heart conditions for a long time before his death, family members told TMZ.

A&E released a statement with their condolences and are "deeply saddened by the loss of a member of the A&E family."

Roy completed five seasons of Shipping Wars. In one episode he admitted that he only bathed once a week and washed his long white mane of hair once a month.

The cable network aired the final episodes of the fifth season on Jan. 14.