Melrose Place actor Jack Wagner’s son Harrison, 27, is found dead


Melrose Place actor Jack Wagner’s son Harrison, 27, is found dead in a parking lot in Los Angeles… after struggling with addiction for years

Hollywood actor Jack Wagner of Melrose Place and General Hospital fame has had a tragedy in his family.

On Monday it was reported that Wagner’s son Harrison was found dead in a parking lot in North Hollywood early in the morning on Tuesday.

There is an on going investigation as the Los Angeles Police Department does not know how the 27-year-old – who had struggled with addiction in the past – died, according to PageSix.

Sad loss: Hollywood actor Jack Wagner of Melrose Place and General Hospital fame has had a tragedy in his family. On Monday it was reported that Wagner’s son Harrison was found dead in a parking lot in North Hollywood early in the morning on Tuesday

It is not known yet if his trouble with addiction played a part in his death. 

The site talked to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner.

It was shared that Wagner was pronounced dead in North Hollywood at 5:14 a.m. PST.  

The family: Kristina Wagner and sons Peter and Harrison

The family: Kristina Wagner and sons Peter and Harrison

In 2016 Harrison was reported as missing.

He was gone for a week after a relapse it was shared by his father.

‘I’m going to ask those who want to share their fears, addictions & struggles to do so w me via Twitter. We can face them 2gether, I’ll start,’ Jack said. ‘I fear for my youngest sons safety,’ he added later. ‘Harrison has struggled w drugs & alcohol just as I did when I was younger. He’s relapsed & is MIA 5days.’

Hard life: In 2016 Harrison was reported as missing. He was gone for a week after a relapse it was shared by his father. 'I’m going to ask those who want to share their fears, addictions & struggles to do so w me via Twitter. We can face them 2gether, I’ll start,' Jack said

Hard life: In 2016 Harrison was reported as missing. He was gone for a week after a relapse it was shared by his father. ‘I’m going to ask those who want to share their fears, addictions & struggles to do so w me via Twitter. We can face them 2gether, I’ll start,’ Jack said

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