All My Children actor Adam Sandler and his Grown Ups co-star Alec Moser have mourned


Adam Sandler has mourned the death of All My Children actor and Grown Ups co-star Alec Moser.Getty Images

Actor Adam Sandler paid tribute to his “Grown Ups” co-star Alec Moser after his death on Friday.

“I loved this guy. I can't believe he's gone. What a wonderful, funny good man,” Sandler said he wrote next to a picture of Moser In their 2010 film.

He added: “I am thinking of Alec Moser and his family and sending them all my love. A great true lover of a person.

Moser's fiancée, Paige Press, thanked Sandler for his kind words in the comments.

“Thank you @adamsandler 🙏🏼 Alec was my fiancé. He spoke so highly of you and I know working with adults was one of the best times of his life. My heart is so broken,” she commented.

The press has been active on social media mourning the loss of her fiancé since she told TMZ on Saturday that he died at his home in Del Mar, California, on Friday night. He was 50 years old.

Sandler shared a photo of Moser acting in his movie “Grown Ups.” Instagram/@adamsandler
Moser's fiancée thanked Sandler for honoring him. Big Press/Instagram

Moser's cause of death has not been announced.

Moser is best known for playing Dale Henry on All My Children from 2005 to 2007. He also appeared in Desperate Housewives and Rita Rocks.

In addition to acting, Moser was a model and bodybuilder and often shared his fitness practices on Instagram. He has previously been featured in several fitness magazines, including Men's Health.

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Moser published his book Latest photo on Instagram Just three days before his death.

His Instagram bio has since been changed to read “RIP 4/11/1973 – 1/13/2024.”

The soap star died on Friday at the age of 50. Movie Magic
The press has since shared numerous Instagram Stories mourning Moser's loss. Alec Moser/Instagram

The press also shared several Instagram Stories paying tribute to her late partner.

“RIP to the love of my life,” Press captioned an Instagram Story over the weekend. “I will never stop loving you. My heart is broken.”

“Today is the worst day of my life,” Bryce wrote on another photo of them. “We were very happy.”

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