UPFATE: Close friends and co-stars Zendaya and Sydney Sweeney have broken their silence on Angus' sudden and tragic death. You can see their heartfelt tributes here.
Family and Friends of 'Euphoria' actor Angus Cloud have paid tribute to the late star since his death was reported earlier this morning.
Angus was found to have passed aged 25 in his home in Oakland just one week after burying his father "who was his bestfriend".
The official 'Euphoria' social media account honoured the late star in an Instagram post with the message: "We are incredibly saddened to learn of the passing of Angus Cloud. He was immensely talented and a beloved part of the HBO and Euphoria family. We extend our deepest condolences to his friends and family during this difficult time."
Javon Walton, Angus' on-screen brother also took to Instagram to remember his close friend and 'Euphoria' co-star.
"Rest easy brother❤️🕊️," he wrote.
Musician Questlove also honoured the star with a post that reads: "Fez was the spiritual center of Euphoria and definitely my fav character on the show. Love to his entire family and to those who knew him. #AngusCloud."
"Wow Angus Cloud gone too soon.. Rest in peace angel," Actress Chloe Bailey wrote on Twitter.
Rachel Zegler also took to Twitter to remind others to look after themselves following the shocking news.
"Please remember how loved you are. This world is so quick to make you feel otherwise. There are reasons to stick around. This world needs you. oh, Angus. we celebrate you," she said.
In a statement released to TMZ, the cloud family honoured Angus with a message to his fans: "It is with the heaviest heart that we had to say goodbye to an incredible human today. As an artist, a friend, a brother and a son, Angus was special to all of us in so many ways."
"ANGUS WAS OPEN ABOUT HIS BATTLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH AND WE HOPE THAT HIS PASSING CAN BE A REMINDER TO OTHERS THAT THEY ARE NOT ALONE AND SHOULD NOT FIGHT THIS ON THEIR OWN IN SILENCE."
No cause of death has been confirmed.
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