#Brian Lancaster of "#Road Rules" fame has passed away at the age of 43. The reality star was on the seventh season [VIDEO] of the show "Road Rules." The news of his passing came out from his family where they shared that he was found dead at his home. He died at such a #Young Age, which always makes it hard for the family and fans of the show. Brian was 23-years-old when he was on the MTV show "Road Rules." Fans remember him from the show.

What caused his death?

Brian Lancaster's family believes that his death was caused by heart failure. He had a history of arrhythmia.They didn't find any substances at all in his home, and they don't feel concerned at all that there is a reason to think alcohol or drugs caused the death.

He was simply found at the house and had already passed away. It sounds like he just passed away from natural causes, but that doesn't make it any easier on the family.

Brian is survived by his fiancée, Sarah J. Bell; his parents, Dennis and Carol Lancaster; his godparents, Ed Lancaster and Janice O’Hara; and his dog, Reagan. He will be greatly missed by many people. His obituary explained him as an amazing guy who would give thoughts and even his possessions to anyone. The family held a private funeral for him on April 5. The family doesn't want flowers from the fans or family at all. Instead, they are asking for donations made in his name to Brandywine Valley SPCA, a no-kill animal shelter in his hometown of West Chester, Pennsylvania. It sounds like this was something near to his heart, especially since they listed his dog in the obituary as someone he left behind when he passed away.

Hopefully, fans will listen to their wishes and help out this organization.

What do you know Brian from?

Brian Lancaster was on "Road Rules: Latin America" back in 1999. He only did this one season [VIDEO] of the show. Most of the time people who are on "Road Rules" end up joining a spin-off or going on to another reality show, but Brian never did that like other reality stars. He simply did his one season back in 1999. On his season he participated in 13 missions over 15 episodes in Mexico and Costa Rica. This was an intense season of the show.

Fans are sad to hear about the death of Brian Lancaster of "Road Rules." They are sending out their condolences to his family. He will be greatly missed by many. He is the second person from the show "Road Rules" to pass away in the last year. Danny Dias, who was part of Season 13, was found dead in June 2017.