Tyler Sanders, an adolescent actor from shows like “9-1-1: Lone Star” and “Just Add Magic: Mystery City,” passed away, and a cause of death has been identified.
The effects of fentanyl caused Sanders’ death, Fox News Digital can confirm. The medical examiner for Los Angeles County found that it was an accident.
The actor was found dead in his house when he was only 18 years old.
At that moment, a probe into his untimely demise was started.
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With parts in “Fear the Walking Dead,” “Just Add Magic,” and “The Rookie,” Sanders earned his debut.
In addition, he received a Daytime Emmy nomination for his performance in “Just Add Magic: Mystery City.”
In an earlier interview with Fox News Digital, Sanders’ representative, Pedro Tapia, said that Tyler was “a terrific actor with a bright future” and that he hailed from a “beautiful family.”
Sanders and Rob Lowe co-starred in the movie “Additionally, 9-1-1 said to Fox News Digital, “I’m sorry to hear about Tyler Sanders’ demise. On “9-1-1: Lone Star,” he was a pleasure to work with as an actor and will be missed. His family is in my prayers during this trying time.”
The young actor was interested in fitness and frequently uploaded images and videos of his physical development on Instagram.
Sanders is hardly the only celebrity to have been prematurely snatched by fentanyl.
Luke Bell, a country music artist, was found dead at age 32 from a fentanyl overdose just four months ago.
In May of this year, a second drug dealer received a prison term for his part in distributing the opioid fentanyl that resulted in the 2018 death of rapper Mac Miller.
And after Prince passed away in 2016, it was discovered that his highly high fentanyl levels were the direct cause of his demise.