Actor Adam Rich dies at age 54

Actor Adam Rich dies at age 54

Adam Rich, the previous toddler supermegacelebrity satisfactory regarded for his function as Nicholas Bradford in ABC sitcom Eight is Enough withinside the past due 1970s, has died on the age of 54.

Actor Adam Rich dies at age 54Rich

who become born in Brooklyn, New York, started out performing at the age of 7 and seemed in some of tv and movie roles for the duration of his career, making his debut withinside the TV movie 

Adam: His tune persisted to seem in 1976, earlier than taking his step forward function in Nicholas Bradford in Eight is Enough in 1977. 
The sitcom ran for 5 seasons, and Rich seemed in all 117 episodes, his youngest person amongst 8 youngsters, frequently stirring up issues for his brothers whilst at the show, Rich additionally starred withinside the TV movies The All-American Boy and Let's Switch! In the 1980s, Rich persisted to seem on lots of TV shows, together with Fantasy Island, The Love Boat, CHiPs and Here Come the Brides, additionally performed a function withinside the 1983 movie The Lords of Discipline and starred along Chevy Chides. His final foremost performing function got here in 1990 withinside the TV collection A Family for Joe, which accompanied the millionaire seeking to undertake 8 youngsters as Rich performed Johnny the father's followed son. 

Despite his promising begin in his career, Rich's existence ultimately spiralled out of manipulate and he become convicted of housebreaking and drug ownership withinside the early 1990s, he hung out in jail and entered a medical institution in an try and alternate his existence. 

A declaration from his agent Steve Stevens additionally showed that the reason of demise had now no longer been disclosed. Met with an outpouring of grief from his former colleagues and enthusiasts alike, actress Connie Needham, who portrayed Rich's older sister Mary Bradford, took to Twitter to recall her pal and wrote: "So unhappy to listen of Bradford's more youthful demise

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