Andrewkoenig Updated 2/25: RIP Andrew Koenig, found dead today in Vancouver's Stanley Park. He was suffering from depression. He was 41.

Passing along some news that's definitely not funny, even though it concerns Andrew Koenig from "Never Not Funny" and better known from his teen-actor turn as "Boner" in the 1980s sitcom Growing Pains.

Friends of Koenig have reported him missing, last seen Feb. 14 in Vancouver. This came in earlier today from Dave Holmes:

"Andrew Koenig (AK-47, the video guy on “Never Not Funny,” and “Boner” from “Growing Pains”) has been missing for a week, last seen 2/14 in Vancouver. Didn’t make his flight back to the US on 2/16. The Vancouver Police are involved, and lots of people are looking. Could you reblog this and help get the word out? And say some prayers or think some positive thoughts?"

Koenig, 41, is the son of Walter Koenig — Star Trek's Chekov — and brother-in-law of Jimmy Pardo. If you have seen him, please contact your local authorities.

UPDATED: Jenny Magenta, whom Koenig had been staying with in Vancouver before his disappearance, posted a message last night on Facebook, that read in part:

"If you have seen him, emailed him or had any contact after the 14th/15th or spent time with him during his stay in Vancouver and the police HAVE NOT contacted you yet, please call Detective Raymond Payette and his phone is 604-717-2534 and provide the information you have. Please do not call 911."

UPDATED 2/21: Still no word as of Sunday afternoon. But Walter Koenig's site just put up a statement that said "Andrew was suffering from depression at the time of his disappearance," that they have not heard from him since Feb. 9, and that his cell phone had been turned off, last receiving a text message Feb. 16 in Vancouver. They plan on flying there soon to help police with their search and investigation.