Alec Musser, the winner of the I Wanna Be a Soap Star contest in 2005, who seized the opportunity to join the cast of All My Children, passed away on Saturday at the age of 50.
The American fitness model and actor’s fiancee, Paige Press, announced the unfortunate news of his demise via her social media.
Throughout the montage of photos on his fiance’s Instagram stories, she didn’t share the reason for Musser’s death.
However, she penned several tributes to remember her love and shared that the actor, who also appeared on Desperate Housewives in 2011, was a former Abercrombie & Fitch model.
Press further claimed that she won’t be taking off her engagement ring ever.
She shared several snapshots of herself with her soon-to-be-husband, as well as some solo shots of him, accompanied by different texts.
In the first story, Press wrote, "RIP to the love of my life @alecmusser I will never stop loving you."
"My heart is so broken," she added along with a glimpse of the "vision board from 2023."
The second slide showed the couple’s photo striking a pose on red carpet of some event. Press expressed her grief, "Today is the worst day of my life," and recalled, "We were so happy."
In the following story Musser, who took over the role of Del Henry for Winsor Harmon in All My Children, was seen posing, on which his finance wrote a message, "You were the best fiance I could ever asked for."
"I don't even think I can drive my g wagon anymore," she noted.
Other snaps included the duo’s moments over the time of their relationship, including one from six years ago.
She posted some snaps of the waterpark guy from Grown Ups posing with their dog and dubbed him as "the best dog dad."
In another snap, she wrote that their furry pal Rue "will never stop loving her dad."