“Euphoria” Star Angus Cloud Passes Away at 25 (Update)
UPDATE: During her headlining set at Lollapalooza on August 3, Billie Eilish delivered a heartfelt performance of “Never Felt So
UPDATE: During her headlining set at Lollapalooza on August 3, Billie Eilish delivered a heartfelt performance of “Never Felt So Alone,” a song she co-wrote with Labrinth, in dedication to the late Angus Cloud. The track gained popularity as one of the singles from the HBO drama series in which Cloud portrayed the character Fez, a drug dealer. Sadly, Angus Cloud passed away on July 31 in Oakland, California, and his death remains the subject of an active investigation.
As Billie Eilish took the stage in front of thousands of fans in Chicago, the crowd erupted with excitement upon hearing the opening notes of “Never Felt So Alone.” The song holds a special place in the hearts of both Eilish and her fans due to its connection with Cloud’s portrayal in the beloved television series. The passionate performance served as a touching tribute to the talented actor, whose presence will be deeply missed by many.
Original Sory [July 31 2023]: Angus Cloud, best known for his role in the popular series “Euphoria,” has tragically passed away at his family’s home in Oakland. The news has left fans and loved ones devastated. According to reports, Oakland PD responded to a 911 call made by Angus’ mother, who reported a “possible overdose” around 11:30 AM on Monday. Despite their efforts, Angus was found without a pulse and was pronounced dead at the scene.
A source close to the family revealed that Angus had been grappling with severe suicidal thoughts upon returning from Ireland, where he laid his father to rest. The loss of his father had deeply affected him, and he was staying with his family as he tried to navigate through the overwhelming grief.
Angus had been candid about his battle with mental health, and his family hopes that his passing can serve as a powerful reminder to others facing similar struggles. They want people to understand that they are not alone and should not suffer silently. Mental health issues should not be faced alone, and reaching out for support can make a significant difference.