Angus Cloud, beloved star of the hit HBO series “Euphoria,” completed filming for his final role before his untimely death at the tender age of 25.
The tragic news of his passing was confirmed by his family in a heart-wrenching statement released on Monday (31 July).
In the statement provided to TMZ, they expressed their profound grief, describing Angus as an extraordinary human being who held a special place in the hearts of those who knew him as an artist, friend, brother, and son.
The family revealed that Angus had recently experienced the devastating loss of his father, which deeply affected him. The only solace they find is knowing that he is now reunited with his beloved dad, his closest confidant and friend.
Angus was candid about his ongoing battle with mental health issues, and his family hopes that his passing will serve as a reminder to others that they are not alone and should not suffer in silence.
In a poignant conclusion to the statement, they fondly remember Angus for his sense of humor, laughter, and love for everyone. As they navigate this incomprehensible loss, they request privacy to process their grief.
The Oakland Fire Department also provided further details about the incident, stating that they responded to a call associated with the actor at 11:30 am on the day of his death. Tragically, upon arrival, it was determined that Angus had already passed away.
While Angus Cloud gained widespread recognition for his role as Fezco in “Euphoria,” he was also adored by fans for his performances in other projects.
Notably, he had just completed filming for a role in Universal’s upcoming monster thriller, which is yet to be titled.
Variety reported that the production for his part in the film had concluded prior to his untimely passing.
The untitled feature boasts a talented cast, including Kathryn Newton, Dan Stevens, Alisha Weir, Kevin Durand, Will Catlett, and Melissa Barrera.
The film is helmed by Chad Villella, with William Sherak, Paul Neinstein, and James Vanderbilt taking on production duties.
As of now, the release date for the feature is set for April 2024, giving fans one last opportunity to witness Angus Cloud’s talent and legacy on the big screen.