Alec Musser, "All My Children" Star, Dies at 50

January 15
Alec Musser, "All My Children" Star, Dies at 50
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Alec Musser, known for his role in ‘All My Children,’ passed away at the age of 50, leaving behind a legacy in television and film.

Alec Musser’s untimely departure at 50 has left the entertainment world in mourning. His journey to fame began with a victory in “I Wanna Be a Soap Star,” leading to his memorable role as Del Henry in “All My Children.” His versatility shone through in the 2010 comedy hit “Grown Ups,” where he worked alongside industry giants like Adam Sandler and Kevin James.

Sandler’s tribute to Musser, highlighting his warmth and humor, reflects the deep impact he had on his peers.

Beyond the screen, Musser was also a celebrated figure in fitness modeling and bodybuilding, passionately sharing his love for surfing and skiing with his followers.

Musser’s fiancée, Paige Press, confirmed his passing, sharing her heartbreak and eternal love, encapsulating the profound loss felt by many. His journey from New York City to the University of San Diego, and eventually to the hearts of his audience, paints the picture of a man who was much more than just an actor – a beloved partner, a fitness enthusiast, and a cherished friend.

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