911: Lone Star actor Tyler Sanders dies at 18: Daytime Emmy nominee who appeared in Fear The Walking Dead has been found at his Los Angeles home prompting investigation
- Hollywood TV actor Tyler Sanders was reported to have passed away at the age of 18, Thursday
- The star was found at home in Los Angeles, but the cause of death is still unknown
- His representative participated in the opening of an investigation and there will be an autopsy
- The teenage actor is best known for his small-screen role in 911: The Lone Star
- He was also in Fear The Walking Dead and just added magic
- His last Instagram post was five days ago where he was seen in Colorado
It was reported that Hollywood television actor Tyler Sanders passed away at the age of 18, Thursday.
The star was found in a house in Los Angeles, but the cause of death is not yet known TMZ. She added that an autopsy will be conducted and an investigation will be conducted.
The teenage actor is best known for his small-screen roles in 911: Lone Star with Rob Lowe and Fear the Walking Dead with Kim Dickens.
He also starred with Nathan Fillion on an episode of The Rookie.
Went too early: Hollywood TV actor Tyler Sanders was found dead on Thursday at the age of 18
On the set of a hit TV show: Seen with Rob Lowe and others on 911: The Lone Star
Tyler’s representative, Pedro Tapia, told the website that the cause of death will be investigated.
The actor also emphasized that he was a “good kid who came from a good family,” the site added.
Sanders is often seen on his Facebook page at home or on vacation with his extended family.
His last Instagram post was five days ago where he was seen wearing a blue suit while out on a patio in Vail, Colorado. It says in the caption, “Design.”
He was in an elephant with his family where they were seen cruising in the White River. He wrote in his caption as his family was seen paddling, then in the next photo, she was hit by the water: “Here’s a quick before and after whitewater kayaking of my family.
In addition to 911 and Fear The Waking Dead, he was in The Rookie as well as Just Add Magic Season 1 and the Just Add Magic spinoff.
Last Instagram Post: His last post was five days ago where he was seen wearing a blue suit while in Vail, Colorado. It says in the caption, “Design.” He was in an elephant with his family where they were seen roaming in the White River
He earned an Emmy nomination for his role in the Amazon series, Just Add Magic: Mystery City, something he referenced on his Instagram page to his 12,000 followers.
Tyler began acting professionally at the age of ten after working on a stage on school projects.
His first role was in 2015 in the JLW Academy Show as himself.
After that, he got the role of Young Jake Otto in Fear The Walking Dead in the 2017 episode titled TEOTWAWKI.
The Magical Role: In 2019, he played the role of Leo in Just Add Magic. He had a bigger role, again as Leo, in the spin-off Just Add Magic: Mystery City in 2020
Started Very Young: Began Acting at 10: Seen with Nathan Fillion in The Rookie (2018)
This led to the role of Siggy in the TV movie What About Barb?
He played the role of Logan Hook in the TV series The Rookie in 2018. In 2019, he played the critically acclaimed Eli in the Reliant.
Also in 2019 he played Leo in Just Add Magic and the following year he starred in the TV movie Escaping My Stalker.
He had a bigger role, again as Leo, in the spin-off Just Add Magic: Mystery City in 2020.
In 911: Lone Star, he played Brian in the 2022 episode Impulse Control.
Tyler owns The Price We Pay in post-production pending release.
Previously, he worked with actress Lea Remini, who she follows on Instagram.
Another hit for him: In 2019, he starred in the critically acclaimed Eli in the Reliant
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