‘Euphoria’ star Angus Cloud passes away at 25

'Euphoria' star Angus Cloud passes away at 25

Angus Cloud star of HBO’s hit series “Euphoria”, dies at 25.

Cloud’s family said in a statement, “Today we say goodbye to a wonderful man with all our hearts.”

Crowder buried his father last week. Since then, he has been dealing with mental health and “battling with mental illness”, according to the family.

“Our only solace is to know that Angus is now reunited with his best friend, his father,”

said in a statement from. We hope his death will remind others that they are not alone in their silent struggle and that they should not be alone.”

Cause of Death has not yet been given. Two weeks ago, Cloud shared a photo of his father on Instagram with the caption, ” miss you breh.”

A source close to the Cloud family, told Entertainment Tonight’ a Cloud has “struggled with severe suicidal thoughts” since returning from Ireland, where his father is buried.

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Cloud lives with his family and is “trying to get over his grief”, according to the Economic Times.

HBO said in a statement, “We are deeply saddened to learn of Angus Cloud’s passing. He was a talented and beloved member of HBO and the Euphoria family.”

“At this difficult time, we offer our deepest condolences to his friends and family.” had a minor role in Cloud North Hollywood and The Deadline.

He has also appeared in videos for artists such as Becky G, Karol G, and Juice WRLD.

But Angus  real career took off after he won the role of high school drug dealer Faith of Euphoria.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the role made Cloud a debuting star, and his role expanded in the second season.

According to a GQ 2019 interview, Cloud doesn’t really want to be a star, not an actor.

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According to the newspaper, he was working at a chicken and pancake shop one day as he was getting ready to stop by a caster. “I was confused and didn’t want to give him my number,” Crowder told GQ. “I think it’s a hoax.”

HBO series Euphoria went viral after its June 2019 premiere, and by 2022 it will be the most tweeted TV show in America in ten years.

The film, in which Zendaya plays a 17-year-old boy struggling with drug addiction, was revealed to be taking the opioid fentanyl and injecting morphine.

In 2022, Cloud defended claims that the show glorifies drug use in an interview with TMZ.

Euphoria co-star Javon “Wanna” Walton, known as Crowder’s half-brother, read of Lauder’s death on Instagram: “Rest in peace bro.

On X (formerly Twitter), California Congresswoman Barbara Lee mourned the loss of her “Oakland identity.”

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“His tremendous talent has touched countless lives. His work and legacy will live on and make Oakland proud,” wrote Actress Kerry Washington on the platform, “You will be greatly missed. Rest in strength.”

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