If you have watched any of the Disney Descendants films or shows like Jessie, Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything, or Jake and the Neverland Pirates, you’ve seen Cameron Boyce.
He was a very popular Disney star and philanthropist who sadly passed on July 6, 2019 at the age of 20. Boyce was Epileptic and had a seizure in his sleep that led to his death.
Boyce was known as an actor, but he also helped raise money and awareness for various organizations like The Thirst Project, The United Way of America, the Lucstrong Foundation, It’s On Us, and Wielding Peace.
I remember the day we heard he had passed. Our daughter was a huge fan of both the Descendant films and Jessie. She was very saddened to learn of it as were many others.
Today, Twitter has made him a trending topic as many remember him on the one year anniversary of his death.
“Watch Disney’s touching tribute to #CameronBoyce in Descendants 3″.
Clip includes a comedic exchange with former First Lady @MichelleObama. The 20-year-old passed away in his sleep after suffering a seizure on 6 July 2019, @BBC reports. https://t.co/6RPHqg3btW#RIPCameronBoyce
— ExpressYourselfBlog (@EYBlog_YourView) July 6, 2020
Remembering the late Cameron Boyce on the one year anniversary of his death ❤️ Rest in peace Cameron🕊 pic.twitter.com/7DCqdv5HiE
— Clevver News (@ClevverTV) July 6, 2020
been one year since cameron boyce died and I just wish all of the best healing for his family and it was something that caught me so off guard….my heart is heavy today.
— jen 🦋 (@bethschase) July 6, 2020
l be missing Cameron Boyce like l knew him or something🥺
— kiah 🙂 (@kiahamel_) July 6, 2020
A year today Cameron Boyce passed. It’s crazy how impactful he was on so many young people’s lives and mine. My heart hurts whenever I remember he’s gone, but I find comfort in the fact that his legacy still lives on pic.twitter.com/DpvQJDc5oe
— uzoamaka (@uzoxca) July 6, 2020
Hope you’re resting well up there, we miss you everyday. It makes me so happy to have your funko pop and Dove Cameron X The Cameron Boyce foundation shirt (I also have it in a black T shirt🙃). We fucking love you Cam!!! Rest in power 💙🕊 #CameronBoyce pic.twitter.com/Fo8syEFlAT
— Mrs.Serena Haas (@PRQueenSerena) July 6, 2020
You get the gist. There are many, many, many more comments and tributes on social media today. It’s moving to see how much he meant to so many people.
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Sources: Twitter, Wikipedia