Cameron Boyce Disney Channel Tribute Remembers The Late Actor And Tells Fans Not To Bottle Emotions

Boyce was 20 when he died in his sleep. He played Cruella de Vil's teenage son, Carlos, in the Descendants, the story of the children of various Disney villains.
The video included snips of old interviews with Boyce and his off-stage antics, praise from Jessie castmate Debby Ryan and director Kenny Ortega, and footage from his shows, including Michelle Obama's guest appearance on Jessie.
you mean everything to us," read the message that played throughout the video. "Everything you are … Every smile, every laugh, every dance, every hug, every moment, everyone you touched …
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Online, the Disney Channel wrote, "Tonight's premiere of #Descendants3 is dedicated to #CameronBoyce and is a celebration of his talent and the joy he brought to the world. You'll always be in our hearts, Cameron ❤️."
It ended by telling the fans to reach out to friends and family to discuss their feelings on his death, and told them, "You'll feel better with time." The end credits of the Disney Channel film featured a two-minute video highlighting Boyce's career from his time on the sitcom Jessie to all three Descendants films.
The premiere of Cameron Boyce's The Descendants 3 film last night paid multiple tributes to the late actor, who died July 8 in his sleep from epilepsy.
The red carpet premiere for Descendants 3 was cancelled last month in the wake of Boyce's death.

‘Jessie’ Cast Pays Tribute To Cameron Boyce

"He was younger than me but taught me how to spread love and kindness more than anyone that has ever been in my life," she wrote. “He lifted everyone around him, and inspired/pushed me to be a better person than I ever would’ve been without his guidance, patience, and love."
Even as his star ascended with JESSIE, and he began to receive the type of fame that can change people, I never saw that change. His TV father Charles Esten wrote a tear-jerking thread on Twitter saying, "Cameron never carried himself with anything but kindness, humility, effortless grace, and great humor. Not even a little."
Boyce played Luke Ross on the Disney Channel sitcom as well as its spinoff BUNK’D. His Jessie co-star and TV sister Peyton List, was one of the many who sent out her emotional tribute via a lengthy Instagram post that was captioned, "heartbroken".
As the outpour of sentiment and condolences continue to flow for Cameron Boyce, 20, who died Sunday from an ongoing medical condition, the tribute paid by his Jessie castmates has been unbelievably heartfelt and touching.
Read the tweets below.
I am so distraught and I cannot stop crying! I never thought in a million years I would be writing this. fly high 👼🏼 💔😢 Gods best Angel." Thank you so much for being the big brother I never had… I love you so much… I am so happy that I got to spend almost everyday with you on set, you gave the best hugs. I wish I would have hugged you tighter when I saw you a couple of months ago. Cam, you were one of a kind. Skai Jackson posted a behind the scenes photo and wrote: "I don’t even know where to start… My heart will be forever broken. I am at a loss for words.″ />
She continued, "I can barely see my eyes anymore from crying so hard. I love you with every ounce of me, and I thank you for the time I had with you, being in my life, and being my brother forever and always… Heaven has gained a beautiful soul."
Kevin Chamberlin, who starred in Jessie as the family butler wrote: "He always lit up a room when he entered-he was an extraordinarily talented actor, a selfless advocate with his charity work, and a loyal friend. Our hearts are heavy with sadness."