Tyler Sanders, an 18-year-old TV actor, was discovered dead on Thursday. Let’s see what happened, How did Tyler Sanders die, the cause of death, and everything we know so far.
Tyler Sanders’ autopsy was finished on Friday, one day after his death, according to the Los Angeles Medical Examiner-Office, Coroner’s
Sanders’ body is ready to be released to his family, according to the source.
Tyler Sanders Cause of death was also discovered by RadarOnline “The medical examiner has “requested more research into the death, including more studies,” which means the death has been “deferred.” When the results of the tests/studies are in, the doctor re-evaluates the case and determines the cause of death.”
What happened to Tyler Sanders?
Tyler Sanders, who featured in the Amazon spinoff series Just Add Magic: Mystery City and appeared in episodes of 9-1-1: Lone Star, Fear the Walking Dead, and The Rookie, died in his Los Angeles home on Thursday. He was 18 years old at the time. Pedro Tapia, his agent, reported the news but did not provide details. Sanders’ death is being investigated, he added.
“Tyler was a gifted actor with a promising career ahead of him,” Tapia added. “He comes from a beautiful family, and at this time, we ask that you respect their privacy.”
How did Tyler Sanders die?
The star was discovered dead at his home in Los Angeles. According to a family spokesman, an autopsy will be performed and a death investigation will be started.
According to TMZ, police in Los Angeles received a report about a man who was not breathing on Thursday. Sanders was found alone at the house by responding police, and he has pronounced dead shortly after.
The authorities do not suspect foul play at this time, and no evidence of unusual circumstances has been found.
Tyler Sanders Cause of death
Sanders’s cause of death is presently ‘delayed,’ meaning ‘waiting for more investigation,’ according to the LA County Medical Examiner website.
According to Pedro Tapia, a spokeswoman for Sanders, the cause of death will be investigated.
In a statement, Pedro Tapia remarked, “Tyler was a gifted performer with a bright future.” ‘He comes from a beautiful family, and at this time, we ask that you respect their privacy.’
One guy on his Instagram wrote, “A small guy from Texas, now grown up, was making it BIG! I’m hoping this wasn’t a foreshadowing… Consuming much too much caffeine and Red Bulls. They’re risky, especially if you’re working out at a high heart rate. They still increase heart rate and the possibility of sudden heart failure (Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy) is high.”
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On the other side, there are also plenty of Twitter assumptions that he committed suicide, despite the fact that every piece of evidence points to suicide.
Tyler Sanders’s Last Instagram Post
Sanders had a social media presence, including a Facebook page where he was frequently seen at home or on vacation with his big family.
His most recent Instagram post was five days ago when he was seen on a terrace in Vail, Colorado, wearing a blue suit. ‘Styling,’ read the caption.
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He was in Vail with his family when they were captured white-river rafting.
Previously, Tyler shared a photo of himself after completing his first half-marathon last year.
He urged everyone to follow their own goals, as he has done with his health goals, in a Facebook post.
“Break it down into reasonable steps, train/practice, and push yourself to achieve your goals. You can do anything if you have the appropriate mentality and put in the effort.”
Sanders shared two photos on Instagram, one from before he began “taking exercise seriously” and the other from now.
He revealed how he worked out at the gym and modified his diet to gain 25 pounds of muscle mass in the caption.
“I stayed with it even on days when I didn’t want to,” he wrote.
Tyler Sanders Career
After appearing on stage in school projects, the young actor began working professionally at the age of 10. In 2015, he made his debut appearance as himself on the show JLW Academy.
Following that, he earned the part of Young Jake Otto in Fear The Walking Dead’s TEOTWAWKI episode in 2017, which led to the role of Siggy in the TV movie What About Barb?
In 2018, he played Logan Hawke in the TV series The Rookie. In 2019, he appeared as Eli in the critically acclaimed film Reliant.
Sanders appeared in various short films before starring as Leo in Amazon’s Just Add Magic in 2019. He also played Young Jake Otto in an episode of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead. That led to a prominent part in the Just Add Magic: Mystery City spinoff series in 2020, which followed step-siblings Leo (Sanders) and Zoe (Jolie Hoang-Rappaport) and their next-door neighbor Ish (Jenna Qureshi). Sanders’ Leo took over as the new guardian of the magical cookbook, revealing a centuries-old mystery that leads them on a historical quest through the city streets in search of a hidden recipe.
Fox has renewed ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ for a season 4; pickups for ‘9-1-1’ and ‘The Resident’ are still pending.
Sanders also featured in an episode of 9-1-1: Lone Star from Season 3 that aired in April, as well as a 2018 episode of ABC’s The Rookie, which starred Nathan Fillion. His previous work includes the 2017 NBC pilot What About Barb?, which starred Leah Romini and Ben Lawson, and the 2019 feature The Reliant, which stars Kevin Sorbo and Julia Denton.
There was no information about survivors or funeral service as of yet.
‘9-1-1,’ ‘9-1-1: Lone Star,’ both newly renewed, hold steady in season finales; ‘NCIS,’ wins Monday’s viewers.
Tributes to Tyler Sanders
Jessica Connolly tweeted, “How utterly heartbreaking is the news about #TylerSanders! Fligh high dude x”
Marwin Alexis said, “It’s So sad to hear the news about #tylersanders. Praying for his family”
Last week it was Cooper Noriega. This week, it’s Tyler Sanders. Kids are dying and we are not doing nearly enough to stop it or hold people accountable, Enuffisenuffla tweeted.
Dadeums, “It makes me sad that every time I hear of a young adult passing, my first thought is ‘Did they get the jab?’… Rest in Peace young man, may God rest you.”
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