April 16, 2024
 Actor Alec Musser, identified for his function on “All My Kids,” died from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities stated Tuesday. Picture by way of YouTube

 Actor Alec Musser, identified for his function on “All My Kids,” died from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities stated Tuesday.

The 50-year-old Musser, who additionally had a memorable half within the 2010 Adam Sandler comedy “Grown Ups,” was discovered Saturday morning by his fiancée Paige Press on the couple’s dwelling on tenth Road in Del Mar.

“His fiancée final knew him to be alive on the night of 01/12/2024 when she had gone to mattress,” the San Diego County Division of the Medical Examiner wrote. “On the morning of 01/13/2024, she awoke and went to seek out the decedent seated and slumped ahead on the lavatory ground. She famous a firearm close to him and an obvious self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest and referred to as 911. Paramedics and legislation enforcement responded and confirmed the dying.”

Press shared the information on Instagram, writing, “RIP to the love of my life. I’ll by no means cease loving you. My coronary heart is damaged.”

Musser was born in New York and later attended the College of San Diego. He gained the function of Del Henry on the long-running ABC cleaning soap opera in July 2005 after profitable the second season of the fact present “I Wanna Be a Cleaning soap Star.”

He performed a task described as “Water Park Stud” in 2010’s “Grown Ups.”

Sandler, who co-wrote, co-produced and starred within the movie, posted a tribute to Musser on Instagram, writing: “I liked this man. Can’t consider he’s gone. Such an exquisite, humorous good man. Pondering of Alec Musser and his household and sending all my love. A real nice sweetheart of an individual.”

–Metropolis Information Service