All My Children star Alec Musser’s cause of death has been confirmed by authorities after he passed away at the age of 50.
The late actor joined the cast of All My Children in 2005 and appeared in a total of 43 episodes. He portrayed the character Del Henry and left a lasting impression on his co-workers and fans.
He also made appearances in other projects like Rita Rocks, Grown Ups, and Road to the Altar.
Musser then decided to focus on becoming a fitness model. He graced the covers of men’s magazines such as Men’s Workout and Men’s Health.
Actor Channing Tatum even recreated one of Musser’s magazine covers as part of the promotion for his film.
The late star expressed his appreciation and said: “Thank you, (Channing Tatum). ‘Dog’ movie. Imitation truly is the sincerest form of flattery.
“Calle nailed this pose in about 4 frames on a Max Fitness cover shoot. During a lighting change phenomenon, fitness photographer Corey Sorenson said, ‘grab your dog for a few,’ and the illustrious career of [Calle the Superstar] was born.”
According to TMZ, it has been revealed that Musser tragically died by self-inflicted gunshot wound. The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office told the news outlet that he was found lifeless by his fiancée, Pagie Press, at their California home.
Heartfelt tributes and condolences from friends and fans flooded social media platforms.
Craig Romero wrote: “I’m in shock, brother. You were a dear friend and will always be remembered. Enjoy those perfect heavenly waves and powder runs.”
Adam Sandler honored his Grown Ups co-star as ‘a true great sweetheart of a person.’
“I loved this guy. Cannot believe he is gone,” Sandler wrote. “Such a wonderful, funny good man. Thinking of Alec Musser and his family and sending all my love,” he added.
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