The pop star-turned music executive best known for his hit song I’ll Be Your Everything has died.
Tommy Page (pictured above with songwriter Diane Warren) was just 46 years old when he was found dead on Friday, according to reports.
Although the cause of his death is thus far unclear, friends apparently believe it to be a suicide.
Page rose to fame after his second album, Paintings In My Mind, launched the song I’ll Be Your Everything — a track that reached number one on the music charts in the early 1990s.
That hit (shown below) even gave Page the opportunity to appear (as himself) on Full House in an episode where he sang to Jodie Sweetin‘s character on her tenth birthday:
After releasing several more albums, Page transitioned to a business role in the music industry and worked as an executive at Warner Bros. Records, later becoming the publisher of Billboard.
After a two-year stint there, he was then a music executive for Pandora.
He is survived by his partner Charlie, and their three children.
Our thoughts are with Tommy Page’s family, friends, and loved ones during this very difficult, trying time.
[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.]