Adam Rich, best known for starring in “Eight Is Enough,” has died. He was 54.
The actor died Saturday at his Los Angeles area home, a family member confirmed to TMZ.
A cause of death has yet to be revealed but there was reportedly no foul play, a law enforcement source told the outlet, adding that Rich was found lifeless by an unidentified person who came to his residence.
Page Six has reached out to Rich’s rep for comment.
Born Oct. 12, 1968 in Brooklyn, New York, Rich rose to fame in the ’70s after portraying Nicholas Bradford, the youngest son of the Bradford brood, on “Eight Is Enough.”
The ABC show, which also starred Dick Van Patten, Lani O’Grady, Connie Needham, Grant Goodeve and more, ran from 1977 to 1981.
“I think he’s why the show was a big success,” Van Patten said of his former co-star in a 2011 interview with Stephen J. Abramson for the Television Academy Foundation. “People loved him! [Fans] named a child Nicholas and everything because of him.”
He added, “He was cute, and he was a good actor. He was very natural.”
Rich’s other TV credits include “Code Red,” “Dungeons & Dragons,” “Small Wonder,” “St. Elsewhere” and “Baywatch.”