Brad Johnson, the actor who appeared on “Melrose Place” and in Steven Spielberg’s film “Always,” has passed away. He was 62.

Johnson died from COVID-19 complications on Feb. 18 in Fort Worth, Texas.

His rep, Linda McAlister, confirmed the news of his death to the Hollywood Reporter.

“Although he was taken too early, he lived life to the fullest and taught his children to do the same,” his family said in a statement.

Brad was a real friend, trusted coworker, and loving husband and father. He will never be forgotten, and his legacy will continue.

Johnson is survived by his wife of 35 years, Laurie, his eldest son, Shane, his daughters Bellamy, Rachel, Eliana, Eden, Rebekah, Annabeth, and his youngest son, William.

Johnson later became involved in a professional rodeo circuit in 1984 and was scouted by a casting director, in search of cowboys for a new beer commercial, while he wrestled steers in Wyoming.

Johnson also constructed a hunting lodge in New Mexico and had a strong interest in restoring Winchester Model 1886 rifles. He lived in picturesque towns in North Texas and in the mountains of Colorado during the course of his career.