Child Star From 1970s Sitcom Passes Away At Early Age

We are sad to report that Adam Rich, best known for his role as Nicholas Bradford on the 1970s sitcom “Eight Is Enough,” passed away at the age of 54. While Rich was only a child when he starred on the show, he made a lasting impression on fans with his charming performance. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends during this difficult time.

Adam Rich, who made an indelible mark on television viewers’ hearts in his role as Nicholas Bradford on the ABC hit “Eight Is Enough,” sadly passed away at the young age of 54. For four years, Rich captivated audiences with his sincere delivery and laid-back charm as one of the eight children in the Bradfords’ household.

His natural chemistry with his fellow castmates and ability to deftly convey a heartfelt range of emotions will be fondly remembered by generations of TV fans for years to come. We mourn the loss of such a talented actor who brought so much joy to our screens.

The cause of death has not been released, but it is believed to be from natural causes.

Although Adam Rich is remembered fondly by many for his role as Nicholas Bradford on the TV show “Eight Is Enough,” he will never act again. Though his exact cause of death has not been released, it is believed to have been from natural causes.

His legions of fans have taken to social media to share memories and express their condolences, using the hashtag #RIPAdamRich in tribute. Some of the most touching posts use quotes from his time as an actor that still resonate today, showcasing how deeply he touched people’s lives with his performance. It can be said without question that Adam was a beloved figure in television history.

Rich began his acting career at a young age and starred in several films and TV shows throughout his childhood and teenage years.
Adam Rich began his acting career at the tender age of seven when he starred in a guest-starring role in an episode of “Family” in 1976. Because of this first appearance and his natural talent, Rick was well-known among casting agents and producers, landing him roles in several films and television projects throughout his childhood and teenage years, including parts on “Happy Days,” “Starsky and Hutch,” “Fantasy Island,” and more.

It wasn’t until 1977 that he scored the iconic role of Nicholas Bradford on ABC’s hit show Eight Is Enough, a performance that would solidify Rich as an icon of the era.

TMZ reported that Rich’s mantra was, “Life is for living, and I live my life to the fullest every day.”

Rich was found dead in his home in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles on Saturday, January 7, 2023. Police do not suspect foul play.
Fans flooded social media with tributes to the child actor.

One fan wrote, “Adam Rich was a sweet, generous soul who never stopped believing he’d find the human kindness that was missing from his life. I know Adam found friends here & we mourn this true loss along with everyone else who grew up watching him on Eight Is Enough.”