Brian Lancaster, 'Road Rules' alum, dies at 43

Tim Kenneally

Brian Lancaster, a competitor on Season 7 of MTV’s “Road Rules,” has died at age 43.

An obituary published by DellaVecchia, Reilly, Smith & Boyd Funeral Home in West Chester, Pennsylvania, states that Lancaster died March 29 in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.

The obituary describes Lancaster as “a jack of many trades including advertising account manager, telecommunications project manager, special education teacher, bartender, and reality TV star.”

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The Chester County Coroner’s Office told TheWrap that Lancaster’s death is pending investigation.

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TMZ reports that Lancaster was found dead in his home. According to the news outlet, his family said that he had a history of arrhythmia and suspect that heart failure was responsible for his death.

“A spiritual explorer, dreamy stargazer, inquisitive world traveler and barstool philosopher who enjoyed a good mind meld, Brian exceled [sic] at being a human being rather than a human doing,” Lancaster’s obituary reads. “Constant in his soul and spirit, he would share possessions, thoughts and every part of his essence with anyone who came into his orbit.”

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Lancaster is survived by his fiancee Sarah and parents, Dennis and Carol.

Lancaster’s season of the MTV reality offering aired in 1999, taking place in Latin America.

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