Clark Gable's Grandson Overdoses on Fentanyl and Oxycodone

Clark James Gable, the grandson of movie icon Clark Gale, died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl, oxycodone, and alprazolam, according to an autopsy report from Dallas County.

TMZ reports that a medical examiner determined Gable's cause of death to be that of an overdose due to the combined effects of fentanyl, oxycodone, and alprazolam (generic Xanax). His time of death is listed as 9:11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 22.

The medical examiner also determined that Gable had a history of abusing weed, alcohol, and Xanax.

Dallas County released the autopsy report on Friday, April 12.

Gable, the grandson of the late Hollywood legend Clark Gable and best known as the host of the reality show Cheaters during Seasons 13 to 15, was found dead in his bed at home in Texas by his fiancée on Friday, Feb. 22. He was taken to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, where he was pronounced dead at the age of 30.

His sister, Kayley Gable, announced his death on Facebook.

"My brother was found unresponsive this morning by his fiancé and didn't wake up .. I LOVE YOU CLARKIE I'm so sorry we couldn't save you my heart is broken and shattered RIP, she wrote at the time.

After news of his death broke, his mother, Tracy Yarro Scheff, thanked fans for their outpouring of support on Instagram.

"The outpouring of love for my son has been incredible. Mothers of his friends have sent the most amazing stories," she wrote. "Sentimental letters from beautiful girls that he cared for with attached photos. And all his friends!!! Wow what amazing friends he had. No words only gratitude to you all. Big love."

Gable was laid to rest on Saturday, March 9 during a private ceremony at East Lawn Memorial Cemetery in Provo, Utah.

An aspiring actor hoping to follow in his grandfather's footsteps, Gable found himself best known for hosting the syndicated reality TV series Cheaters, in which people suspected of adultery are filmed by hidden cameras. The series began in 2000 with Gable hosting from 2012 to 2015 before Joey Greco replaced him.


He also filmed the dramedy Heckle and was working on the crime drama Sunset at Dawn before his death.

Gable is survived by his parents, his sister and his 1-year-old daughter, Shore.