On Friday, the Disney Channel commemorated Cameron Boyce at the end of the premiere of "Descendants 3" with an emotional tribute video.
"Today's premiere of # Descendants3 is dedicated to #CameronBoyce and a celebration of his talent and the joy he brought to the world. They will always be in our hearts, Cameron, "the network said in a post on Twitter shortly after the end of the film.
The video includes footage from various interviews with Boyce, Outtakes and Bloopers, open footage and the praise and admiration of those with whom he worked. "Everything that you are, every smile, every laugh, every dance, every embrace, every moment, every one you have touched, you mean everything to us," reads the message that flashes on the screen during the video.
Boyce, born May 28, 1999, was found to be unresponsive at his home on July 8, an attack attributed to a persistent illness for which he was treated, "said a spokesman for the Boyce family the day after ABC News. "The world is undoubtedly without one of its brightest lights now, but its spirit will live on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved it."
Boyce starred in Disney's "Descendants" franchise in Adam Sandler's "Grown" Ups films, as well as on television "Jessie," including series and films. Watch the video below:
Today's premiere of # Descendants3 is dedicated to #CameronBoyce and celebrates his talent and the joy he brought to the world. They will always be in our hearts, Cameron 1945 pic.twitter.com/VWzyoPUghn
– Disney Channel PR (@DisneyChannelPR) August 3, 2019
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