Disney Channel Star Cameron Boyce Dead At Age 20

Disney Channel Star Cameron Boyce Dead At Age 20
Disney Channel Star Cameron Boyce

Cameron Boyce, the Disney star known for his jobs in movies and TV shows including Descendants and Jessie, has kicked the bucket.

The reason for Boyce's demise was declared as a seizure because of "a continuous ailment."

A representative for the Boyce family said on Saturday: "It is with a significantly overwhelming heart that we report that toward the beginning of today we lost Cameron. He passed away in his rest because of a seizure which was an aftereffect of a progressing ailment for which he was being dealt with. The world is present without a doubt without one of its most splendid lights, yet his soul will live on through the thoughtfulness and sympathy of all who knew and cherished him.

"We are totally devastated and request security during this tremendously troublesome time as we lament the loss of our valuable child and sibling."

Boyce featured close by Dove Cameron and Sofia Carson in the Descendants arrangement, where Boyce played Carlos De Vil, the child of Cruella De Vil.

He additionally played the character Luke Ross in the Disney Channel TV series Jessie, which kept running for four arrangement and 98 scenes.

Boyce made his acting presentation matured nine when he was cast with sickening dread film Mirrors close by Kiefer Sutherland.

He was cast close by Adam Sandler in the 2010 satire film Grown Ups nearby Adam Sandler and Salma Hayek.

In March, Boyce presented previous Vice President Joe Biden at the Biden Courage Awards.
The actor was expected to show up in the new HBO parody arrangement Mrs. Fletcher.
Individual Disney Channel actor Gregg Sulkin paid tribute to Boyce on Twitter. "Grief-stricken. Lost for words," he composed. "I had known Cameron Boyce for a long time. He was constantly well mannered. Continuously deferential and dependably an example of genuine greatness."

A representative for the Disney Channel portrayed Boyce as "an extraordinarily skilled performer, a strikingly minding and keen individual" in an announcement discharged on Saturday.

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