Actor Alec Musser, best known for playing Del Henry in the soap opera “All My Children,” died Friday. He was 50.
Musser died at his home in Del Mar, California, his fiancée, Paige Press and uncle Robert confirmed to TMZ.
Musser’s cause of death was not revealed.
“My heart is so broken … Today is the worst day of my life. We were so happy,” Press wrote in a series of heartbreaking Instagram stories.
“I am never taking off my ring.”
The pair became engaged last year after more than six years of dating.
Musser, who had a prior career as a fitness model, was catapulted into fame for his role as Del Henry in “All My Children” at the age of 31.
The actor appeared in 43 episodes of the long-running soap opera between 2005 and 2007.
He was awarded his role when he won the second season of the SOAPnet original series “I Wanna Be a Soap Star” in 2005.
Musser had a limited career in front of the camera in the following years, but made several iconic appearances in “Desperate Housewives,” “Rita Rocks” and “Road to the Altar.”
The New York Native also appeared in the 2010 movie “Grown-ups,” written by Adam Sandler alongside Fred Wold.
“I loved this guy. Cannot believe he is gone. Such a wonderful, funny good man. Thinking of Alec Musser and his family and sending all my love. A true great sweetheart of a person,” Sandler wrote on Instagram along with a clip of the film featuring Musser.
The bodybuilder has also graced the covers of several magazines, including Men’s Health, Men’s Workout, Exercise Health and more.
Musser showed off the physique that made him famous regularly on social media, as well as his love for skiing, surfing, his family and his dogs.
His last post was on Tuesday when he shared what appeared to be a photo of himself surfing on a hoverboard during a winter sunset.
He captioned the shot: “Silhouette by Baja Winter twilight.”