Actor Adam Rich, known for his role in the 1970s and 80s sitcom "Eight Is Enough," has died at age 54.
Rich was found unresponsive in his Los Angeles home on Saturday, per TMZ. No foul play is suspected.
Rich was also known for his work on "Fantasy Island," "CHiPs," "Small Wonder," and "Baywatch."
Adam Rich, the actor who starred in "Eight Is Enough" as a child, has died at age 54, multiple sources reported.
The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner confirmed Rich's death to CNN, though there was no cause of death released at the time.
Citing an unnamed family member, TMZ reported that Rich died in his home located in the Los Angeles area on Saturday after he was discovered unresponsive. The outlet also reported that there was no suspicion of foul play, citing local law enforcement.
Rich was best known for his role as Nicholas Bradford, the youngest in the ABC comedy-drama series "Eight Is Enough" that aired in the 1970s and 80s, according to CNN.
"I do hope it may have brought you some joy as well," Rich wrote that year on Instagram.
According to CNN, Rich also made appearances in shows like "Fantasy Island," "CHiPs," "Small Wonder," "Dungeons & Dragons," and "Baywatch."
He took a break from on-camera acting between 1993 and 2003, CNN reported, though he did narrate an audiobook in 1996 as a character in "Goosebumps: Deep Trouble." In 2003, he returned to the screen to portray himself in the comedy "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" and to play Crocodile Dundee in the series "Reel Comedy," according to the outlet.
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