Hollywood stars took to social media on Monday to express their deep regret and pay tribute to Luke Perry, the actor who breathed his last on Monday.
Luke was hospitalized on Wednesday after suffering from a major stroke. He left us yesterday just at the age of 52.
Perry was most famous for his role as Dylan McKay on the Fox teen drama series Beverly Hills, 90210. He most recently played Fred Andrews on The CW series Riverdale.
Perry's Beverly Hills, 90210 costar Ian Ziering addressed a tweet to the late actor. "Dearest Luke, I will forever bask in the loving memories we've shared over the last thirty years," he wrote. "May your journey forward be enriched by the magnificent souls who have passed before you, just like you have done here, for those you leave behind."
Fellow 90210 actor Gabrielle Carteris, who played Andrea Zuckerman on the series, said in a statement on Monday: "I am absolutely heartbroken. Luke was a tremendous force in the lives of so many. He was a very sensitive soul who was kind, generous and he fought for the underdog. He was a strong voice and an advocate who will be so missed by all who knew him. He has left his mark – never to be forgotten. My heart goes out to his family, friends, and fans around the globe."
Riverdale maker Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa took to Twitter to pay tribute to Perry. "So heartbroken about Luke. He was a father, brother, friend, and mentor. Each night before he had to shoot a scene, he’d call me and we’d talk about...everything. I will miss those calls," he tweeted with a picture of Perry. "And my heart goes out to all his family and friends."
In a statement, Netflix said they "were saddened" to receive the news of Perry's death. "Luke left an impression on viewers around the world through his work on Riverdale, and this is a very sad day both for his fans, and for our staff who worked closely with him," the statement continued. "Our hearts go out to his family and friends."
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