Lone Star’ Actor Dies at 18

Tyler Sanders.
Tyler Sanders/Instagram

Tyler Sanders, who was seen in shows such as 9-1-1: Lone StarAnd Fear the Walking DeadHe has passed away. He was 18.

“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, Sanders’ rep Pedro TapiaTelled Us Weekly on Friday, June 17, about his client’s shocking passing. “The cause of death is unknown and currently being investigated.”

The actor died in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 16. An autopsy will be performed in order to determine the cause of death.

Sanders’ final post on social media offered a glimpse at a recent trip to Vail, Colorado, where he posed for photos in a suit. In the comments section, a relative replied, “This is a fine young man full of talents. I was proud to call him my nephew, and he will be greatly missed by all. I regret that I have not publicly expressed my pride in this young man. He is what I call a 5 star individual.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.”

Texas native, who began acting at the age of 10 years, has landed roles on JLW Academy, The RookieAnd Escaping My Stalker. His time was followed by Just Add Magic: Mystery CitySanders was nominated by Emmys for the role of Leo. According to his IMDB bio Sanders also worked with Leah ReminiOn a pilot in 2017. Two projects are still to be released by him. The Price We PayAnd Shock!.

The Reliant star spoke out about his time with Brian before he died. 9-1-1: Lone Star. “Had a great time working on 9-1-1 lone star! If you didn’t catch it live on Fox, episode 3.14 ‘impulse control’ is out on Hulu now!” he captioned an Instagram selfie with the cast in April.

Sander also used his platform as a way to reflect on his personal accomplishments. “These photos were taken one year apart,” he wrote alongside a before and after Instagram pic in November 2021. “One year ago today I decided to start taking fitness seriously. Even on days that I didn’t want to, I stuck with it. I worked hard and ate right. There is a 25lbs difference in those photos.”

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