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Sad news for America’s Got Talent fans as Scott Alexander, a magician who appeared on Season 6, was confirmed dead at the age of 54. His wife Jenny (who also appeared on AGT as her husband’s assistant) confirmed the tragic news via Instagram. How did Scott Alexander pass away? Keep reading for the details.
America’s Got Talent Magician Scott Alexander Dead At 52
Jenny Alexander took to Instagram in the past 24 hours with some tragic news for AGT fans. Her husband Scott had passed away. Within her heartbroken post, she told America’s Got Talent fans the entire family was shattered as Scott Alexander was NOT home with his family when he passed away.
I lost my husband yesterday. My kids lost their father. He suffered a stroke while working on a cruise ship in St Kitts and did not make it home to us. We are shattered. Please hold us in your prayers.
Sadly, the America’s Got Talent magician was on a cruise ship working to support his family when he suffered a stroke and passed away at the age of 52. As fans will recall, Scott Alexander made it all the way to the Quarterfinals impressing the judges with his tricks and illusions before getting eliminated.
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AGT fans rally behind his family with support
Fans of America’s Got Talent are heartbroken to learn of Scott Alexander’s passing as they rally behind his wife Jenny and his children to support them in any way they can. Fans have flooded the comments of her post urging her to ask if there was anything the family needed during this difficult time. Here are some of the comments from her Instagram profile:
- “Jenny, please let us know what we can do for you. This community of makers will rally around and support you. Anything you need.”
- “Jenny, my deepest condolences to you and your family. Both you and Scott hold a very dear place in my heart as your act was the very first professional stage hand job I had way back in 1998 at Wizards Weekend in Minneapolis, MN.”
- “I’m sitting here in shock staring at my computer screen. Jenny, my heart is heavy thinking of you and your kids. I will be praying for you all for strength. God Bless you, your kids and may your husband always be your guardian angel!!!!”
There was nothing but love in the comments of her post as fans hoped she would reach out of her family needed anything.
Rest in peace, Scott Alexander.