Alec Musser, known for his role as Del Henry on the long-running soap opera “All My Children,” tragically passed away at the age of 50. His death occurred on a Friday night at his home in Del Mar, California. This unexpected loss was confirmed by his fiancée, Paige Press, and his uncle, Robert, although they did not elaborate on the circumstances or the exact cause of his passing.
Musser’s tenure on “All My Children” spanned between 2005 and 2007, where he appeared in a total of 43 episodes. Beyond his acting career, Musser was also recognized for his work as a fitness model. He graced the covers of several health and fitness magazines, including Men’s Health and Men’s Workout, showcasing his impressive physique and dedication to bodybuilding.
Apart from “All My Children,” Musser had a relatively brief acting career with only six credits to his name, which included roles in other television shows like “Grown Ups,” “Rita Rocks,” “Desperate Housewives,” and the film “Road to the Altar.” Despite not being actively involved in Hollywood in recent times, he maintained a significant presence on social media, where he continued to share his health and fitness journey, along with personal moments with loved ones. His sudden demise has therefore come as a shock to many, particularly as there were no apparent signs of health issues.
Alec Musser’s passing at such a relatively young age has left his fans, friends, and family mourning a life that touched many through both his on-screen performances and his commitment to fitness and health.