Suicide: Alec Musser cause of death revealed

The untimely death of popular American model and actor Alec Musser, who passed at the age of 50, has been revealed as a tragic suicide.

The All My Children star, was found dead by his fiancée Paige Press, on Saturday in his home in Del Mar, California.

Press, after going to bed on Friday night, discovered Musser on the bathroom floor the following morning. A shotgun was spotted near him.

Press immediately called 911, but the authorities arrived too late to intervene.

The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office while shedding light on the circumstances surrounding his death revealed that Musser died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest.

Paige’s vow

The cause of Musser’s death was kept away from the public for a few days.
Press and Musser’s uncle, Robert, confirmed the actor’s sudden demise, but they never provided any details.

Paige Press took to Instagram to share her devastation.
She expressed that it was the worst day of her life and vowed never take off her engagement ring.

Anyone in her situation would surely feel the same way, Musser and Press had become engaged the previous year after six years of dating.

Musser, a former model who transitioned into acting at the age of 31, gained prominence as Del Henry in the iconic soap opera “All My Children” after winning the second season of the SOAPnet original series “I Wanna Be a Soap Star” in 2005.

He featured in 43 episodes between 2005 and 2007.

When his soap opera days came to an end, the New York native found success in various TV series, including “Desperate Housewives,” “Rita Rocks,” and “Road to the Altar.”

In 2010, Musser secured a role in the Adam Sandler-led film “Grown Ups”.

Musser has connects more with his fans through his social media. He frequently shares updates about his passions for skiing, surfing, his family, and his dogs.

Reports of his tragic demise took the internet by surprise and has prompted an outpour of condolences from colleagues and fans.

Adam Sandler on Instagram expressed deep sadness over the loss of a “wonderful, funny good man”.


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