Luke Perry, star of Beverly Hills and Riverdale, passed away
Decidedly, life has decided to not to make us a gift in 2019. Then we gave them to the penalty of the disappearance of the leader of the Prodigy, here’s a few hours later, it was the turn of Luke Perry to leave.
Luke Perry is so dead in the morning of Monday, at the age of 52 years, died of a STROKE which had led him to hospital a few days earlier, as we learn from the BBC. He leaves behind two children.
If for most young people, it was Fred Andrews in the series Riverdale, Luke Perry will forever be known for his role as Dylan McKay in the series Beverly Hills , which had been revealed to the general public in the 90’s. A role he held for several years before to take his leave without as much bounce as he wished.
It was the right time
Between the appearances in supporting role in films like The Fifth Element or series that have not lasted a long time, such as Jeremiah, Luke Perry sailed from one telefilm to another before returning to the honors a recurring role in the series Riverdale. Ironically, shortly before his death, we learned the confirmation of the revival of Beverly Hills with the original cast, except him, and Shannen Doherty.
Riverdale, a successful return
If all of his former teammates and millions of fans pays tribute to her since the terrible announcement, the series Riverdale has seen his shooting turned upside-down, or even stopped, by the time the production is a solution to manage the drama without too much to disrupt the narrative of the series and to allow the players to make their grief. For the moment, no date for resumption has not been announced.
IF Luke Perry was not the biggest or the best actors in the world, it will always have a special place in our hearts, because it is thanks to him, in particular, that we have learned a lot of things about life in front of our positions, tvs at the beginning of our teenage years. We followed him trying to create his place in Beverly Hills while we were trying at the same time to find ours and, for that alone, thank you to him.
Yeah, we’ll miss you