The family of actor Cameron Boyce has confirmed that the twenty-year-old Disney Channel star died in the early hours of Sunday at his home in Los Angeles, in the United States, while he slept after suffering an attack.
By MiamiDiario Editorial
His death was confirmed on the night of Saturday 6 July and is linked to a "permanent medical condition" in which no details were provided, The world.
Boyce, who made his debut in the horror film "Mirrors" at age 9, was best known for his roles in the Disney series "The Descendants" and "Jessie," with his character Luke Ross.
He also played one of Adam Sandler's sons in the movie "Grown ups".
"With deep regret we report having lost Cameron," said a spokesman on behalf of the young man's family.
"He died while he slept because of an attack, the result of a medical condition for which he was being treated."
"Without a doubt, the world has lost one of its brightest stars, but its spirit will live in the kindness and compassion of all those who knew and loved it."
A Disney Channel spokesperson described Boyce as "an incredibly talented actor".
"As a child, Cameron Boyce dreamed of sharing his extraordinary talent with the world," he said.
"As a young man he was driven by a strong desire to make a difference in people's lives through his humanitarian work".
"We offer our heartfelt condolences to his family, his colleagues and colleagues, and we join many millions of fans in their mourning for this untimely death. We will miss him very much."