G. McConway
January 16, 2024

Adam Sandler Mourns Death of Alec Musser

This week, former “All My Children” star Alec Musser died at the age of 50.

Musser starred in the daytime drama for several years, appearing in almost 50 episodes.

However, he also has a few movies to his credit, one of them being an Adam Sandler movie.

Sad Day

The death of Musser was reported by his fiancée, Paige Press, who believed that COVID played a significant role in his death, stating that he had a severe case before passing away.

When Adam Sandler saw the announcement, he posted, “I loved this guy. Cannot believe he is gone. Such a wonderful, funny good man.”

Musser, if you were not aware, appeared in Adam Sandler’s 2010 film, “Grown Ups.”

Musser was the water park hunk who tried to hit on the wives while they were sitting poolside.

The scene in the movie is classic, with Musser flexing, then approaching the women in a high-pitched voice that drew laughter from them all as he slunk away in shame.

Press responded to Sandler’s post, stating, “Thank you @adamsandler 🙏🏼 Alec was my fiancé. He spoke so highly of you and I know working on grownups was one of the best times of his life. My heart is so broken 💔.”

As noted above, while no official cause of death has been given, Press has maintained that she believes COVID played a significant role in his death.

She has been very active on social media since his death, as well as regularly posting old pictures of the two of them in public.

For instance, over the weekend, she posted a picture with the caption, “RIP to the love of my life. I will never stop loving you. My heart is broken.”

She added another photo, captioning it, “Today is the worst day of my life. We were so happy.”

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