Disney star Cameron Boyce died on July 6 last year of an epileptic seizure at the age of 20. Boyce had been in medical treatment for years because of the condition he knew. Around a year after his death, his family and colleagues dedicated emotional posts to the actor on social media.
Salma Hayek posts an intimate snapshot
Salma Hayek (53) was in front of the camera for the film "Grown Ups" (2010) with Cameron Boyce. "I think of all the joy that Cameron Boyce gave us," she writes on Instagram to a photo in which the actress holds the then young colleague in her arms.
Sofia Carson (27) worked with Boyce on the "Descendants" Disney series. "To our angel: 365 days have passed, you were missed on every one. And a little more every day," she writes to a black and white photo by Boyce. "It hurts so much that you are no longer with us. But you somehow still manage to make our world shine. Our eternal boy," added the actress. You miss him and will love him forever.
Fellow actor Skai Jackson (18) dedicated two tweets to Boyce. "A year in heaven … Time flies so quickly … Everyone misses and loves you, I hope you know that and can see it", she comments on a photo of the actor. She also published a video by Boyce, in which he plays a song in the background and performs in front of the camera.
Victor Boyce shares moving video
His father Victor Boyce posted a picture together with his son and wrote: "The memory of him is a blessing." Victor Boyce also posted a video on his Instagram page showing his son playing the guitar and singing.
Adam Sandler published a dedication at the end of May
Actor Adam Sandler (53) dedicated Boyce at the end of May a post. On May 28, the Disney star would have been 21 years old. "Happy Birthday, Cameron. Such a great boy. We all miss him very much, especially his wonderful family," Sandler wrote in his posting. For this purpose, he linked the website of the foundation that launched the Boyce family and wants to use them to educate them about epilepsy.