Tyler Sanders: ‘9-1-1 Lone Star’ actor dead at 18

Sanders’ cause of death has not yet been released.

LOS ANGELES – Tyler Sanders, an 18-year-old actor who was nominated for an Emmy Award for his role in Amazon’s “Just Add Magic: Mystery City,” has died, according to multiple reports.

Sanders’ representative, Pedro Tapia, confirmed his death to Fox News and added that an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.

“Tyler is a talented actor with a bright future,” Tapia told Fox News.

There was no immediate information on survivors or a funeral service.

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In addition to his credits in several short films, Sanders has had numerous supporting roles in several popular TV shows including an episode of AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead,” where he played a younger version of himself. More of Jake Otto, the leader of a farm that survived the zombie apocalypse.

He’s perhaps best known for his role as Leo on “Just Add Magic,” a family show about a magical cookbook. He then starred in the show’s 2020 spin-off, “Just Add Magic: Mystery City,” where he starred and earned an Emmy Award nomination.

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In the show, Sanders’ character unfolds a centuries-old puzzle that sends him and the other characters on an adventure to find a secret recipe.

Sanders’ other acting credits include roles on shows like “9-1-1: Lone Star,” “The Rookie,” “What About Barb,” and “The Belieant.”

Sanders was active on social media just a week before his death, posting a photo of himself and his family rafting on white water in Vail, Colo.

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