Adam rich the “Eight is Enough” actor of the charmed TV show the “America of the Little Brothers” died at the age of 54.
Danny Deraney, Mr. Rich’s publicist, confirmed the death. On its website, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner did not immediately list a cause.
Mr. Riches published the Danny Deanery announcement to the public through a published statement on her website that” Adam Risch is no more, he has died at his Los Angeles home on Saturday”.
Also, Mr. Danny has told that “at the death of the last stage, he survived in a very bad illness condition, he has fight like a warrior with his mental illness.”
“He was selfless and always looked out for the people he loved. As a result, many individuals who grew up with him feel a part of their youth has passed them by, which is terrible now,” Mr. Deraney continued. “He was truly America’s Little Brother.”
Mr. Rich appeared in the successful ABC television series “Eight Is Enough” from 1977 to 1981. The show was about a family of eight children and lasted for five seasons. He portrayed Nicholas Bradford, the youngest son with a shiny pageboy hairdo.
Mr. Rich was not married and had no children, according to Mr. Deraney.
According to IMDb, Mr. Rich began acting as a kid and was first featured on the television show “The Six Million Dollar Man” in 1976. Other television programs in which he appeared were “The Love Boat,” “Fantasy Island,” “CHiPs,” “St. Elsewhere,” and “Silver Spoons.”