The news of young actor Tyler Sanders’ shocking death has stunned fans in America as they took to social media to share their anguish. The Just Add Magic: Mystery City actor is believed to have died at his home in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Fans took to Instagram to condole his death. One wrote, “May you Rest in Love and Happiness ♥️ 🕊 Prayers and extra hugs to your Family 🙏🏽🙏🏽.’ Another fan commented, “Fly High Angel, Tyler💙😢💔.” “I know you’re in a better place. But we all will miss you. And each one of us will carry a piece of you within us always,” commented another fan.
How Did Tyler Sanders Die?
The police have launched an investigation to understand the cause of his death. An autopsy will be performed in the next few days.
Tyler’s agent Pedro Tapia told TMZ website that the 18-yea-old actor’s death was being investigated. Pedro said that Tyler was a ‘good kid who came from a good family.’
Last Social Media Post
Tyler’s last social media post was shared five days ago when he posted a photo of himself in a blue three-piece suit. He captioned the photo by simply writing, “Styling.”
One of his friends reacted hos his photo as he wrote, “Tyler, stop being a fire hazard in a high-risk Forest.” To which, Tyler replied, “@caseysimpson Oh Casey, you beautiful human.”
Tyler began his acting career when he was just 10. He earned plaudits for his acting and received an Emmy nomination for his work in the Amazon series, Just Add Magic; Mystery City.”
His other notable performances on small screen included popular ABC series The Rookie, which also featured Nathan Fillion. Tyler also appeared on AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead.
His Instagram bio read, “Emmy Nominated Actor. I play Leo on Just add Magic: Mystery City.”
Not much is know about his girlfriend or anyone he was dating. He did not share his love life on social media. Tyler was very close to his Mom. Once he shared a photo of himself his Mom and wrote, “WHAT WOULD I DO WITHOUT YOU MOM? Thank you for always wanting the best for me and supporting me. What did you guys do for Mother’s Day?”