star Cameron Boyce dies at 20





star Cameron Boyce dies at 20

Actor Cameron Boyce, who starred in Disney Channel television shows and series, died at age 20.

A spokesperson for the Disney Channel, who was informed by a family spokesman, confirmed the death to CNN on Sunday morning. There was no immediate information available about his cause of death.

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Boyce starred in “Jessie,” a television show about a girl from a small town, played by Debby Ryan, who works as a nanny for a wealthy family after moving to New York City. Boyce was one of the children he looked after.

“From an early age, Cameron Boyce dreamed of sharing his extraordinary artistic talent with the world,” said the channel’s spokesman.

“He was an incredibly talented artist, a very careful and thoughtful person and, above all, a loving, devoted son, brother, grandson and friend. We offer our heartfelt condolences to his family, co-stars and colleagues and join his many millions of fans who mourn his untimely death. It will be very strange. “

A veteran actor at 19

Boyce was born and raised in Los Angeles, and was nicknamed an old soul by those who knew him, according to the Disney Channel biography about him.

“His love for acting began in a dance studio, and then went on to do commercials, and not long after television and movies,” says the channel.

Boyce also starred in “Mirrors,” “Eagle Eye” opposite Shia LaBeouf and “Grown Ups” with Adam Sandler. In “Descendants,” he played Cruella De Vil’s teenage son, Carlos.

When he was 19, Boyce was already “a veteran of the show business,” says Disney.

Celebrities and fans respond

Both fans and celebrities have expressed disbelief after his death. Actor Mason Cook said the news was “hard to digest.”

“He was a great guy,” Cook said on Twitter. “Truly nice and he definitely left too soon.”

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Choreographer Kenny Ortega, who directed the movie “Descendants,” wrote a touching tribute on Instagram.

“Cameron brought love, laughter and compassion with him every day that was in his presence,” Ortega wrote.

“His talent, immeasurable. His kindness and generosity overflow. It has been an honor and an indescribable pleasure to meet him and work with him. I will see you again in all things, loving and beautiful friend. I will seek your light in the stars. Rest in peace, Cam. “

Beauty vlogger James Charles said Boyce was one of the kindest people he had ever met. “He was so young, incredibly talented,” said Charles.