Benji Gregory, Child Star on ‘ALF,’ Dies at 46

Benji Gregory, the former child star known for his role as Brian Tanner on the hit 80s sitcom “ALF,” has passed away at the age of 46. Gregory’s death was confirmed by his family, though a cause was not disclosed.

Gregory rose to fame in the late 1980s when he landed the role of Brian Tanner, the youngest member of the Tanner family who befriends an alien creature named ALF. The show, which aired from 1986 to 1990, was a huge success and made Gregory a household name.

Born on May 26, 1978, in Panorama City, California, Gregory began his acting career at a young age. He appeared in commercials and TV shows before landing his breakout role on “ALF.” His portrayal of the sweet and lovable Brian Tanner won the hearts of viewers around the world.

After the show ended, Gregory continued to act in various TV shows and movies, but he never quite reached the same level of success as he did with “ALF.” Despite this, he remained a beloved figure in the entertainment industry and among fans of the show.

In recent years, Gregory had largely stepped away from the spotlight and focused on his personal life. He was known to be a private person, but those who knew him described him as kind, humble, and talented.

Fans of “ALF” and Gregory’s work are mourning his passing and remembering him fondly for the joy he brought to their lives. His co-stars and colleagues have also paid tribute to him, remembering him as a talented actor and a wonderful person.

Benji Gregory’s death is a sad loss for the entertainment industry, but his legacy will live on through his work on “ALF” and the memories he created for fans around the world. He will be remembered as a talented actor who brought joy to audiences of all ages. Rest in peace, Benji Gregory.

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