American actor Tyler Sanders has died at the age of 18, with the young star’s death currently “under investigation”.
The teenager was found at home in Los Angeles but his cause of death is currently unknown.
Tyler’s rep, Pedro Tapia, confirmed to TMZ that an investigation into the teen’s death is underway and that an autopsy will be performed in the next few days.
Pedro shared that Tyler was a “good kid who came from a good family.”
He also told US Weekly: “Tyler was a talented actor with a bright future. He comes from a wonderful family and we ask that you respect their privacy at this time.”
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The star is best known for his roles in 9-1-1: Lone Star, which he appeared in alongside Rob Lowe, and Fear The Walking Dead with Kim Dickens.
He also received praise for his portrayal of Leo in the Amazon spin-off series Just Add Magic Mystery City, for which he was nominated for an Emmy.
Tyler’s other credits include ABC’s The Rookie and also appeared in several TV movies.
After hearing the news, many of Tyler’s fans took to his final Instagram post to share tributes to the young actor.
Commenting on a photo of the teen wearing a three-piece blue suit, one user wrote: “So young and so talented. May you RIP.”
“Incredibly heartbreaking. Rest easy king,” another commented.
A third penned: “Rest easy brother.”
“Rip young soul… My condolences to your family and friends,” another user said.
While a fifth commented: “So sad, gone too soon and way too young to die. Rest easy buddy. I thoroughly enjoyed watching you on 911 Lonestar.
The Texas native started acting at the age of 10, going on to study improv and stand-up comedy.
According to his IMDB bio, he also worked with Leah Remini on a pilot back in 2017 and also has two projects still yet to be released, titled The Price We Pay and Shock!.
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