According to information provided by his manager, the young actor Tyler Sanders passed away on Thursday in the city of Los Angeles. Sanders was recognised for his performance in the television series “Just Add Magic: Mystery City,” for which he received an Emmy nomination. At the time, he had just turned 18 years old.
According to Variety, Sanders started her career as an actress at the age of eleven and appeared in several short films. In an episode of ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ broadcast on AMC in 2017, he had his first significant appearance on television as a younger version of the main character Sam Underwood. Other television appearances include an episode from 2018 of “The Rookie” and an attack from April 18 of “9-1-1: Lone Star,” the latter of which was his last credit before he passed away.
In 2019, Sanders had a surprise appearance in the episode of the series finale of the children’s fantasy television show “Just Add Magic.” Based on Cindy Callaghan’s novel from 2010, the series centred on three friends who discovered a mysterious cookbook full of recipes for food with magical abilities. The book served as the inspiration for the series. In the last episode, the women gave the cookbook to three new guardians, portrayed by Sanders, Jolie Hoang-Rappaport, and Ish, respectively. Sanders played Leo, and Ish was played by Ish (Jenna Qureshi).
The three actors would then go on to feature in the spinoff series ‘Just Add Magic: Mystery City’ at some point in the future. In the programme, the character of Sanders used the cookbook to solve a mystery about his step-sister Zoe’s origins and, ultimately, save the world. According to Variety, Sanders’ depiction of Leo earned him a nomination for a Daytime Emmy Award for outstanding principal performance in a children’s show for the Daytime Emmy Awards.
Sanders also appeared as a co-star in the 2019 movie ‘The Reliant’ opposite Kevin Sorbo. Sanders has completed his work on a part for the next feature film, “The Price We Pay,” directed by Ryuhei Kitamura and stars Stephen Dorff.
It is not yet possible to ascertain what brought about the person’s death.