Death of 'All My Children' star Alec Musser was suicide

 January 17, 2024

Alec Musser, who starred in "All My Children," has purportedly been found to have committed suicide before his death, according to The Daily Caller.

The San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office issued a report that claimed the famed actor had sustained a gunshot wound to the chest that appeared to have been self-inflicted, according to a report that was published by TMZ on Tuesday.

News of the actor's passing rippled through the entertainment world, with actors and fans alike mourning the loss.

Finding the Body

On Saturday, Musser's fiancee had the devastating experience of discovering his body at their residence in Del Mar, California. The actor had just reached the age of fifty.

According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Musser's fiancee went to sleep on Friday evening and after waking up, she discovered that the actor was not there in their bed.

She discovered him lying on the floor of their restroom, slouched over, and she apparently observed a weapon in close proximity to his body at the moment, as reported by TMZ.

After some time had passed, the office of the Medical Examiner confirmed that the firearm in question was a shotgun.

They also mentioned that they had reacted to a 911 emergency call, which was the cause of their finding of Musser's death.

According to the report, the well-known actor had already passed by the time the emergency medical services arrived at the scene.

The Actor's Career

The role of Del Henry, which Musser played on the popular soap opera "All My Children," is what brought him the most fame.

In addition, he appeared in roles on the television shows "Grown Ups," "Desperate Housewives," and a number of other shows.

Musser's fiancée paid tribute to the celebrity on social media, describing him as "the best fiance I could of ever asked for," as she expressed her sorrow over his passing.

Among the many celebrities who expressed their sorrow on social media by uploading their fondest recollections of Musser, Adam Sandler and Salma Hayek were among those who did so.

“He was so kind professional and absolutely hilarious. His early departure breaks my heart,” Hayek wrote on Instagram.

“I loved this guy. Cannot believe he is gone. Such a wonderful, funny good man,” Sandler said.

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