Soap Opera Star Alec Musser Dies at 50

Alec Musser, a renowned soap opera actor, passed away at his residence in Del Mar, California, on Friday evening. He was 50 years old. His death was confirmed by his fiancée, Paige Press, and his uncle, Robert Musser. The cause of his death remains undisclosed.

Musser is best remembered for his role as Del Henry in the popular soap opera “All My Children,” where he appeared in 43 episodes between 2005 and 2007. His breakthrough came when he won the second season of the SOAPnet original series “I Wanna Be a Soap Star,” which led to his role in the soap opera.

In addition to “All My Children,” Musser’s acting portfolio includes roles in TV shows and films such as “Grown Ups,” “Rita Rocks,” “Desperate Housewives,” and “Road to the Altar.” Despite his acting career, Musser had not been active in the industry for some time.

Born and raised in New York, Musser was also a fitness model and bodybuilder. He graced the covers of several fitness magazines, including Men’s Health, Men’s Workout, and Exercise Health. His passion for fitness was evident in his social media presence, where he regularly shared his health and fitness journey with his 2,000 Instagram followers.

Musser’s final Instagram post, shared on Tuesday, showed him surfing on a hoverboard against the backdrop of a winter sunset. He captioned the photo, “Silhouette by Baja Winter twilight.” Following the announcement of his death, fans flooded the comments section of the post with condolences and tributes.

One follower wrote, “I’m in shock brother. You were a dear friend and will always be remembered. Enjoy those perfect heavenly waves and powder runs.” Another added, “RIP Brother Alec… We will surf together again my friend… May God Bless you in your new Adventure of Heaven… Prayers and Love out to family.”