(WatchDogReport.org) – Soap opera star Alec Musser, known for his roles in ‘Desperate Housewives’ and ‘All My Children,’ has died at the age of 50. His fiancée, Paige Press, confirmed his death in a series of Instagram Stories, expressing her profound grief and describing it as the worst day of her life. “I will never take my ring off,” she expressed in a heartbreaking social media post.
Musser, a fitness enthusiast and former soap star, was found dead at their home in Del Mar, California. The cause of death was not publicly disclosed at first, but later has been confirmed as suicide.
Paige Press shared her deep love for Musser, stating that he was the best fiancé she could have asked for. The actor’s death marks a heartbreaking loss for his loved ones, and his sudden departure has left fans in shock.
A New York native, Musser gained fame for his role as Del Henry in ‘All My Children,’ a character he portrayed from 2005 to 2007. He won this role after triumphing in the second season of the reality series ‘I Wanna Be a Soap Star.’ Musser’s acting career extended to the big screen, where he featured in the 2010 comedy film ‘Grown Ups,’ sharing the screen with stars like Adam Sandler. In an Instagram post, Sandler said Musser was a “funny and wonderful man”.
In recent years, Musser remained less active in Hollywood but maintained a social media presence, sharing glimpses of his active lifestyle and fitness journey. His engagement with fans showcased his love for skiing, surfing, family, and dogs.
The cause of Alec Musser’s death was later revealed to be suicide by a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the chest. His fiancée discovered his lifeless body, leading to a heartbreaking 911 call that tragically couldn’t save him. The announcement of Musser’s cause of death being suicide came days after the initial confirmation of his death on January 13th, emphasizing the pain and loss felt by those close to him.
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