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Dana Carvey mourns the death of his son Dex at 32, thanks fans for wave of support

The news of Dex Carvey’s tragic death has shocked the entertainment industry. The beloved son of Dana Carvey (Wayne’s World) and his wife Paula Zwagerman, who died at the age of 32, is mourned around the world.

Dex Carvey died of an accidental overdose.

His parents, Dana Carvey and Paula Zwagerman, confirmed it in a heartbreaking statement they shared on several social media platforms, including Dana Carvey’s official Twitter account.

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Dex was known for his many talents, including music, acting, film and art, which his parents highlighted in their statement.

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According to a TMZ police source, his girlfriend called 911 around 10 p.m. last Wednesday night to report that he was unresponsive.

Despite their efforts, he was pronounced dead on the scene.

This statement is not only a tribute to their son, but a reminder that drug addiction is a nameless scourge that affects many families.

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The couple also extended their prayers and thoughts to anyone facing similar problems.

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