911: Lone Star actor Tyler Sanders dead at age 18: Daytime Emmy nominee who appeared on Fear The Walking Dead was found at his Los Angeles home, prompting an investigation
- Hollywood TV actor Tyler Sanders was found dead on Thursday at the age of 18
- He was discovered at home in Los Angeles, but the cause of death is still unknown
- His representative said an investigation would be launched and an autopsy performed
- The teenage actor is best known for his role on the small screen in 911: Lone Star
- And he was also in Fear The Walking Dead and Just Add Magic
- His last Instagram post was five days ago where he was spotted in Colorado
Hollywood TV actor Tyler Sanders died Thursday at the age of 18.
The star was found at home in Los Angeles, but the cause of death is still unknown, according to TMZ. An autopsy will be carried out and there will be an investigation, it said.
The teenage actor is best known for his roles on the small screen in 911: Lone Star with Rob Lowe and Fear the Walking Dead with Kim Dickens.
He also starred with Nathan Fillion in an episode of The Rookie.
Gone too soon: 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: Lone Star
Tyler’s rep, Pedro Tapia, told the website the cause of death was under investigation.
The rep also emphasized that he is a “good boy who comes from a good family,” the site added.
On his Facebook page, Sanders is often seen at home or on vacation with his extended family.
His last Instagram post is from five days ago, when he was spotted wearing a blue suit on a patio in Vail, Colorado. The caption read: “Styling.”
He had been to Vail with his family to see White River Rafting. “Here’s a quick before and after of my family’s whitewater rafting,” he wrote in his caption, as his family was spotted paddling and then hit by water in the next photo.
In addition to 911 and Fear The Waking Dead, he has appeared in The Rookie, as well as the first season of Just Add Magic and the Just Add Magic spin-off.
Last Instagram Post: His last post was five days ago when he was spotted in a blue suit in Vail, Colorado. The caption read: “Styling.” He had been to Vail with his family to see White River Rafting
And he had received an Emmy nomination for a role in the Amazon series Just Add Magic: Mystery City, which he pointed out to his 12,000 followers on his Instagram page.
Tyler began acting professionally at the age of 10 after working on stage in school projects.
His first role was in the show JLW Academy in 2015 as himself.
He next landed the role of young Jake Otto in Fear The Walking Dead in the 2017 episode titled TEOTWAWKI.
Magical role: In 2019 he played Leo in Just Add Magic. He had a larger role, again as Leo, in the 2020 spin-off Just Add Magic: Mystery City
He started very young: he started 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?
In 2018 he played Logan Hawke in the TV series The Rookie.
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 larger role, again as Leo, in the 2020 spin-off Just Add Magic: Mystery City.
In 911: Lone Star, he played Brian in the 2022 episode Impulse Control.
Tyler has the film The Price We Pay in post production awaiting release.
In the past he had worked with actress Leah Remini, who followed him on Instagram.
Another hit for him: in 2019 he starred as Eli in Reliant, which received critical acclaim