Alec Musser, Beloved ‘All My Children’ Star, Passes Away at 50 Amidst COVID Concerns

Alec Musser
Alec Musser

Alec Musser, best known for his appearances in “All My Children” and “Grown Ups,” died on Saturday, Fox News Digital confirms. He was fifty years old.

Paige Press, Musser’s fiancée, claims he had “a severe case of COVID” and believes he died as a result of the condition. He was immunized and boosted. He died at their house in Del Mar, California, she claims. Musser acknowledged the autopsy would take place.

Alec Musser

He was a very healthy person. I mean, he took exceptional care of his body and what went into it. …He’d eat some cookies, and that was the worst thing I ever saw him do.”

Alec was a wonderful man. He was the best fiancé. The best dog dad. Very kind-hearted person,” Press said of Musser, whom she got engaged to a little over a year ago. “Seeing how many messages and people have reached out to me from his childhood… In the last couple of days, people I’ve never even met, have sent me photos of him from high school and when he was at their wedding…He was so loved and touched by so many people.

According to the press, the couple had not set a wedding date, but planning was underway. “RIP to the love of my life,” Press wrote in a series of posts, which also included photos of them throughout their time as a couple. “I will never stop loving you. My heart is broken.”

Actor Adam Sandler, whom Musser worked with on the 2010 film “Grown Ups,” shared his condolences with the family. “I loved this guy,” Sandler wrote alongside a frame of Musser in the flick to his Instagram. “I cannot believe he is gone. Such a wonderful, funny, good man. Thinking of Alec Musser and his family and sending all my love. A true great sweetheart of a person.”

The press also mentioned that a service, possibly on the beach, would be held in the future. Our condolences are with her family and friends. You can follow us on Twitter for more information related to other people’s deaths, causes of death, autopsy reports, obituaries, and more.

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