This Thursday the actor died at the age of 53. Keith Jefferson. The interpreter, a great friend of the Hollywood star Jamie Foxxsuffered from cancer that was diagnosed in the month of August.
Jefferson was a frequent supporting actor in the director’s films Quentin Tarantino. He participated in several films by the famous director such as ‘Django Unchained’, ‘The Hateful Eight’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’.
“Everything hurts right now, having a hard time looking at these photos, reliving the memories of us having a great time, I’m going to miss you man, I’m going to miss you… ever since we met in college, you’ve been in an amazing situation. May you soul rest in God, I never thought I would have to write these words about my friend RIP Keith,” Foxx wrote as a farewell on his social networks.
And Foxx and Jefersson met at the University of San Diego, where Keith was studying Musical Theater. He also studied interpretation at the University of Arizona.
With Jamie Foxx he has made his last appearances on television, in the series ‘Bosh: Legacy’ and the movie ‘The Burial’.