Tragic: Former ‘Alf’ Star Benji Gregory Found Dead in Car with Service Dog – Shocking Details Revealed!

Peoria, Arizona – Former child star Benji Gregory, known for his role in the popular sitcom “Alf,” passed away at the age of 46 last month. His lifeless body was discovered in a parking lot in Peoria, Arizona, according to his sister, Rebecca. The Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed his death on June 13.

The cause of Gregory’s death has not been disclosed yet. Reports suggest that he struggled with depression, bipolar disorder, and a sleep disorder that often caused him to stay awake for days on end. He was in the area to deposit a check at a local bank the day before his death.

Family members believe that Gregory and his service dog, Hans, may have succumbed to vehicular heatstroke due to the extreme temperatures in Peoria, which reached 107 degrees on the day of his passing. The loss of both Gregory and his beloved dog has left his family devastated.

Gregory rose to fame portraying Brian Tanner on “Alf,” appearing in 101 episodes of the NBC sitcom from 1986 to 1990. Throughout the 1980s, he also appeared in various other projects such as “The A-Team,” “Fantastic Max,” and “The Twilight Zone.”

In 2003, Gregory made the decision to leave Hollywood and enlisted in the US Navy, where he served as an aerographer’s mate. He was discharged from his position with honor two years later. His final social media post featured a picture of a sidewalk with a playful caption mentioning his dog, Hans.

During his career, Gregory touched the hearts of many with his performances, leaving a lasting impact on the entertainment industry. His family has expressed their gratitude for the outpouring of support during this difficult time and suggested making donations to organizations that were meaningful to Gregory.