"He was an intelligent, humble, witty, empathetic soul," Eisenberg's wife, Malíssa Longo, posted on Facebook.
"There will never be another light like Aaron's. The beauty that he was and the legacy he leaves behind is beyond words. I love him dearly and will miss him forever. At the moment, I'm not sure how I could live without him."
“We have not officially announced that we fled on December 28, 2018,” his widow announced. "We were hoping for a big celebration in celebration of our high school graduates, but we had to wait to save money."
In addition to "Deep Space Nine," Eisenberg also had roles in the TV movie "Amityville: The Evil Escape" and the feature features of "The Horror Show," "Playroom," and "Beverly Hills Brats," all in the late 1980s.