Boyd, Former 'America's Got Talent' Winner, Dead at 42

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Boyd was found unresponsive by his mother at her Sikestown, Mo., home and was pronounced dead at 6:26 p.m.

Boyd was just 42 years old. The opera singer suffered from a health condition related to his heart.

Boyd's humble beginnings swayed the America's Got Talent fanbase to his side. He also suffered from liver disease and kidney failure. TMZ reports that his cause of death was heart failure.

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As victor of "America's Got Talent" a decade ago, Boyd received $1 million and headlined a Las Vegas show. The county coroner tells TMZ.

My American Dream reached No. 3 in the Top Classical Albums Chart, although it debuted at No. 195 on the Billboard 200 in its first week.

Boyd's twitter biography still has the line, "Boyd for Missouri 2014".

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Neal Evans Boyd was born November 18, 1975, and grew up in Sikeston.

Early a year ago, the Season 3 victor blacked out and crashed while driving and he had been slowly recovering since then, according to TMZ.

American pop opera singer Neal E. Boyd, who performed at the Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa, Florida, on August 28, 2012 during the Republican National Convention, died on Sunday. "[Recovery is] a very slow progress". In addition to his music career, he ran for an empty seat in the Missouri House of Representatives in 2011.

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