Neal Boyd Cause Of Death: ‘AGT’ Winner Found Dead At Mother’s Home


Neal Boyd, an opera singer who won America's Got Talent and dabbled in Missouri politics, has died at the age of 42.

After winning AGT in 2008, he recorded his first studio album, My American Dream in 2009.

It's been a decade since Neal won "America's Got Talent" in 2008 with his operatic pop singing and scored the $1 million prize along with a headlining show in Las Vegas.

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The opera singer was best known as the champion of the third series of the United States talent show back in 2008, when he was hailed by judges Sharon Osbourne, Piers Morgan and David Hasselhoff. TMZ reported that he had a known health condition released to his heart.

The CBS News affiliate reports that Scott County Coroner Scott Amick said Boyd died around 6 his mother's house in his hometown of Sikeston, Missouri.

Boyd's twitter biography still has the line, "Boyd for Missouri 2014".

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It's claimed that Neal was at his mother's home in Sikeston, Missouri in the United States when he died.

Boyd's death comes a year after he was in a serious vehicle accident with his mom, Esther Boyd, in January 2017. "[Recovery is] a very slow progress".

"You never know what's going to happen next".

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He added: "It's been hard, because you can't get up on stage right now, you can't perform for the audiences and you can't really do too much recording or travelling".