Cameron Boyce’s Legacy

By: Priscilla Castro Sanchez

The death of a young actor Cameron Boyce, 20. This year we’ve lost many souls one of them being 20 year old Cameron Boyce. His death has affected many people and mostly kids our own age. Kids have grown up watching Disney Channel, one of the biggest hit shows jessie, co stared Boyce. Descendents actor died from a seizure due to his ongoing epilepsy. Epilepsy is a disorder of sensory disturbance, loss of concussions, etc. Cameron has been dealing epilepsy this for quite some time but he didn’t want it to define who he was therefore, he never spoken much about it. The actor young actor died from it his sleep on July 6, 2019.

Cameron Boyce has been in the hit Disney Channel show, Jessie, also starred with Adam Samler in Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2. He was also in the hit movie Descendents: Wicked World, two, and three. Which topped billboard’s top 100 with being the #1 movie, #1 album, and #1 soundtrack. His co stars were on billboard, Dove Cameron, China Anne mcclain, and Sarah Mjeffery.

         Before his death he was working towards launching a new foundation called the Cameron Boyce Foundation in which, Young people artistic and creative outlets as an alternative to violence and negativity and uses resources and philanthropy for positive change in the world.” According to People.com. His launching was a couple days after his death and many people donated it to it. All of his close friends, family, and supporters shared his website and let people know the behind it. 

       We all will remember Cameron and how he was such a triple threat in singing, dancing, and acting. We will miss laugh and goofiness and how he left a legacy in this world. 

More information about the foundation: https://thecameronboycefoundation.networkforgood.com

https://people.com/tv/cameron-boyce-family-launches-foundation-give-young-people-creative-outlets/amp

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