Angus Cloud’s Heartfelt Final Words to His Mother Revealed
Angus Cloud, best known for his role in the popular series “Euphoria,” left his mother with a message filled with
Angus Cloud, best known for his role in the popular series “Euphoria,” left his mother with a message filled with love before his tragic passing in July. In a recent interview with People magazine, Lisa Cloud, the late actor’s mother, shared the poignant final words her son uttered to her on the night he passed away.
“I love you, mama. You’re the best,” Angus, known as “Conor” to his family and childhood friends, lovingly told his mother. He added, “I’ll see you in the morning.”
The heart-wrenching interview with Lisa Cloud and others close to Angus shed light on the actor’s last days and the circumstances surrounding his untimely death.
Angus Cloud’s life was tragically cut short at the age of 25 due to an accidental overdose. The actor was found unresponsive by his mother in their Northern California home. Despite Lisa’s desperate attempts to revive her son, Angus did not respond.
Lisa Cloud recalled the painful moment, saying, “I was screaming for my neighbor because I didn’t want to leave him and call 911, and I just kept at it until they took him away.” She expressed the profound loss, saying, “I miss him so much. He was the love of my life.”
The Alameda County Coroner’s report revealed that Angus Cloud’s passing resulted from a lethal combination of fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine, and benzodiazepine.
Lisa Cloud provided insight into the tragic sequence of events, explaining, “It started to slow his heart and slow his breathing. He got tired from lack of oxygen. Everything just slowed down, and eventually his heart stopped, and he went to sleep. But he didn’t kill himself.”
The actor had been grappling with substance abuse issues, and Sam Levinson, the creator of “Euphoria,” shared that he had helped Angus seek treatment for his struggles.
“I looked him in the eye, and I knew that he wasn’t doing well,” Levinson said. “At the same time, I’ve been in these situations before where you’re trying to get someone clean. And I just said to him, ‘I love working with you, and we’ve got this amazing season planned and stuff, but I need you to be sober because I’ve got to be able to rely on you.'”
On the night of his passing, Angus Cloud spent time with his friend Daniel Aguilera, marking the six-year anniversary of the loss of a mutual close friend who had also succumbed to a fentanyl overdose.
“I lost two of my best friends basically on the same day from fentanyl. I feel cursed,” Aguilera revealed, deeply affected by the tragic turn of events. He expressed his regret, saying, “I should have stayed with Conor. I don’t know how to live with myself. But I am blessed I had them both in my life.”