Everyone will experience death because it is a natural aspect of life. Losing someone you cared about and who was a part of your life is never easy.

Losing a favorite actor is similar to losing a friend because both people are people you have known and watched throughout your life.

Lance Kerwin, an actor, passed away, which saddens us all.

Many people adored Lance Kerwin. According to his agent, the 62-year-old actor “was found unconscious.” In San Clemente, California, on January 24, 2023, he passed away.


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The actor, who was adored by many, rose to stardom in the 1970s because of his legendary performances in TV movies like “Salem’s Lot” and “The Loneliest Runner.”

The actor’s official cause of death has not been disclosed, and when contacted by the media, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department Coroner Division declined to comment.

Savannah, his daughter, shared a family photo and announced her father’s passing online. “I am very sorry to those we were unable to reach out to and inform personally, but Lance Kerwin passed away yesterday morning,” she wrote.

We value all the wonderful comments, memories, and prayers offered, she continued. I’ll provide more details concerning afterlife rites as the weeks go by. He loved each one of you.

The youngest of five sons and a native of Newport Beach, Kerwin. His mother was a talent agent, and his father was an acting coach, so working in the entertainment business was literally in his blood.

When he was barely 13 years old, in 1974, he played his first acting part in an “Emergency!” episode.

The Family Holvak, “Police Story,” “Gunsmoke,” and “Little House on the Prairie” are just a few of the legendary shows he appeared on.

He was arguably best known for his part as James Hunter in the NBC television series “James at 16,” which was first shown under the title “James at 15” until his character reached 16 and the show’s name changed.

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Before receiving his final significant credit in the 1995 film “Outbreak,” he also collaborated with Martin Sheen on “The Fourth Wise Man” and appeared in “Murder, She Wrote” and “Final Verdict.”

For a role in “The Wind & the Reckoning,” he received his last acting credit in 2022.

The five kids and wife of Kerwin are still alive. Numerous admirers around the nation and beyond will miss him terribly.

We offer the Kerwin family our condolences during this traumatic time. Join us in sending prayers and thoughts by doing the same.

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