'9-1-1 Lone Star' Actor Tyler Sanders Unveiled to Have Died From Apparent Overdose
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The 18-year-old actor was found dead at his home in Los Angeles on June 16 just days after he shared photos of himself looking dapper in a navy blue suit while posing on the balcony of a cabin in the Colorado mountains.

AceShowbiz - Tyler Sanders' cause of death has been unveiled. Less than a month after he was found lifeless at his home in Los Angeles, the 18-year-old actor, who starred on "9-1-1 Lone Star", was revealed to have died from a drug overdose.

Sources connected to the death investigation confirmed to TMZ on Tuesday, July 5 that the teenager's death was the result of a drug overdose. The insiders added that the late actor had a history of drug use. It's also said that drug paraphernalia, including white powder and a plastic straw, was found in the room where he died.

Tyler was found dead on June 16. Sources connected to the investigation said that some of the "Fear the Walking Dead" actor's friends had called the police requesting a welfare check after they weren't able to get in touch with him following a night out.

Confirming Tyler's death was his agent Pedro Tapia. "Tyler was a talented actor with a bright future," the agent said in a statement. "He comes from a wonderful family, and we ask that you respect their privacy at this time."

Tyler's father David Sanders appeared to confirm that his son's death was related to drugs during his funeral service in Houston, Texas. David also indicated that Tyler might have struggled with mental illness and said that his son's brain was wired so as to not allow him to feel happy.

It's reported that Tyler had been dealing with a depression that began during his stint filming his single "9-1-1: Lone Star" episode, which aired in April. Just days prior to his passing, Tyler took to Instagram to post photos of him striking poses on the balcony of a cabin in the Colorado mountains. In the pictures, he looked healthy and fit as he rocked a navy suit and a pair of black shoes.

Aside from having a role on "911: Lone Star", the late actor starred as Leo on Amazon Prime Video's "Just Add Magic" spin-off, "Just Add Magic: Mystery City", which earned him a 2021 Daytime Emmy nomination. He was also known for his guest role on "The Rookie".

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