Morgan Stevens

passed away at the age of seventy years old. When his neighbours reported him missing to the authorities, the actor from Melrose Place had been gone for several days. He is also known for starring in the film Fame.

TMZ has received confirmation from the authorities that Morgan’s body was discovered in her kitchen and that she had already passed away.

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Cause of Death of nick diamond melrose place actor

It is not believed that there was any kind of violent intervention, and the primary hypothesis is that the person died of natural causes.

In the middle of the 1990s, Morgan starred as Nick Diamond in seven episodes of the American soap opera Melrose Place.

Prior to that, he played Professor David Reardon in Fame for two seasons, between the years 1982 and 1984.

In addition, the late actor had a role in the historical drama The Waltons as Paul Northridge, as well as in the three-part film series The Waltons, in which his character is shown getting married to Erin Walton (Mary Elizabeth McDonough).

After Stevens was pulled over for driving under the influence in the 1990s, he was arrested for the offence, and he later claimed that he was the victim of police brutality.

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His jaw was dislocated, along with the broken bones in his nose and cheekbones.

In 1991, an amicable resolution was reached to the case.


In 1999, as the character Max Henson, Morgan made his final appearance on screen in the television series Walker.

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