Jack Wagner’s Son Harrison Wagner Found Dead at 27

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Too soon. Jack Wagner’s youngest child, son Harrison Wagner, died on Monday, June 6. He was 27.

According to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner -Coroner report, Harrison was declared dead in North Hollywood, California at 5:14 a.m. local. Us WeeklyTuesday, June 7 According to the filing, the case has been “deferred pending additional investigation.”

Harrison’s body was found in a Los Angeles parking lot on Monday. The report states that the medical examiner requested more investigation and additional findings after an autopsy.

Jack, 62 years old, has yet to express his shock at the sudden death of his son. He shares his son with ex-wife Kristina WANG. The former General HospitalStars, who divorced in 2006 after 13 years of marriage were also parents to their son Peter, 31.

The Wed March 6, 2007: Sealed with a KissFor his part, actor is also father to daughter Kerry, 34 years old, from a past marriage.

Harrison was battling addiction before his death. He went missing in 2016, after relapsing.

“I’m going to ask those who want to share their fears, addictions & struggles to do so w me via Twitter. We can face them 2gether, I’ll start,” the Melrose PlaceIn July 2016, an alum tweeted the following: “I fear for my youngest sons safety. Harrison has struggled w drugs & alcohol just as I did when I was younger. He’s relapsed & is MIA 5 days.”

The Bold and the BeautifulThe actor revealed that Harrison had reached back to him a few days later. “Harrisons been in touch, he’s 21 & in charge of his life, ty for the lv & prayers, please continue to share your struggles, it helps us all,” Jack shared via social media.

Harrison has been vocal about his desire to turn his life around over the past few years on Instagram.

“Life is a roller coaster. It is all transformation and how we grow as humans to have the power and willingness to make a change …. And remember, no matter what the past says about u or what you did there’s ALWAYSSS room for forgiveness as long as u are willing to forgive YOURSELF,” he wrote alongside a photo of an open road in September 2021. “It is NEVER TO LATE TO MAKE A CHANGE IN ONES LIFE Let alone, if u are struggling believe me… I’ve been there. But we come out on the other seeing the world through a different Lens ❤️☀️.”

Harrison’s final Instagram post, shared on May 22, was also one of hope and optimism. “Focus. YOU are left with your thoughts and YOU alone. 🤔,” he captioned a snap of himself in Los Angeles.

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