Soap Opera Star, Alec Musser, Dead at 50

Soap Opera Star, Alec Musser, Dead at 50

( – Alec Musser, a beloved actor for his performances in “Desperate Housewives” and “All My Children,” died on January 12 in Del Mar, California, at his home. The actor was 50.

The public has not been provided with an explanation for his death. The New York native took great delight in his health and has been a fitness model and an athlete since childhood.

On Instagram, the actor’s fiancée, Paige Press, confirmed his death. She expressed her undying love for him, writing that she would never let go of him. Even though they were overjoyed in their life together, she said that, in her life, “today is the worst day.”

Musser, who was born on April 11, 1973, became famous after entering the reality TV competitionI Wanna Be a Soap Star.” He starred in “All My Children.” In 2005, he replaced Winsor Harmon as Del Henry in his debut. Musser performed the role of Seabone Hunkle’s (played by Steve Kanaly) illegitimate son for two seasons until leaving the program in 2007.

In Adam Sandler’s comedic film “Grown Ups,” Musser played the role of Water Park Stud. A group of wives, portrayed by Maya Rudolph, Maria Bello, Salma Hayek, and Joyce Van Patten, become interested in Musser’s unnamed character in one scene, but he comically used his high-pitched voice to squash their interest as he got closer.

In 2009, he was in the TV movieRoad to the Altar” and on “Rita Rocks,” and in 2011, he was on “Desperate Housewives” on ABC.

Numerous publications featured him on their covers, such as Exercise Health, Men’s Health, and Men’s Workout.

Despite a relative silence in Hollywood in recent years, he was very much present on social media, where he often shared updates on his workout routine and other aspects of his active lifestyle.

Musser leaves behind his fiancée after a six-year engagement.

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