Benji Gregory, known for his role in "ALF," has passed away at the age of 46. His sister Rebecca Pfaffinger shared on Facebook that Mr. Gregory and his service dog, Hans, were tragically found dead in his car on June 13 in a bank parking lot in Peoria, Arizona. She explained that he had fallen asleep in the car and passed away due to heatstroke.

Sarah and Benji married in 2006

Benji and Sarah Gregory got married in 2006 after meeting at the Academy of Art College in 2000. Their relationship started during their college years and continued to grow until they decided to tie the knot.

Gregory and Sarah chose to keep their personal lives private. This has led to uncertainty surrounding their relationship status at the time of his passing. Whether they were still together or if they had children remains unknown, as no verified sources have provided information on this matter.

Benji Gregory was from Los Angeles

Benji Gregory was born in Encino, Los Angeles, California on May 26, 1978, to parents Manny and Patty Gregory. He has a younger brother named Matthew. Benji comes from a family of actors, with his father, uncle, and sister all being involved in the industry. His grandmother even served as his agent.

Benji and ALF TV Show

When Benji was just five years old, he began trying out for TV roles and landed many opportunities. He gained fame for portraying the character Brian Tanner on the popular NBC sitcom "ALF," which first aired in September 1986 when he was just 8 years old. After his time in entertainment, Gregory transitioned to serving in the Navy on the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), but unfortunately had to leave due to medical reasons in 2005.

Benji and ALF TV Show

"ALF" was a popular TV show that ran for four seasons and centered around a suburban family whose lives are disrupted by the arrival of an alien named ALF. The alien, named after being called an Alien Life Form, stays with the Tanner family and forms a close bond with their son, Brian, as he causes chaos and shares his unique perspective on human behavior.