Luke Perry’s Death Shocks Costars

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Above is "Riverdale" stars Cole Sprouse, AJ Kapa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mwndes, and Madelaine Petsch all pictured with Luke Perry.

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  On March 4, 2019, Luke Perry died from complications of a stroke at Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, California. Perry had roles on hit shows such as Beverly Hills 90210, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and was actively acting on the hit CW show Riverdale before his death on Monday.

  Perry’s family was with him when he died, including his daughter Sophie Perry. Sophie had been in Malawi and got back in time to see her dad before his death, according to an article by CNN, “Everything is happening so fast. I made it back from Malawi just in time to be here with my family, and in the past 24 hours I have received an overwhelming amount of love and support,” Sophie said.

 Perry’s death has left many people wondering how a middle-aged, healthy man can die of a stroke.  About seven in one million Americans under age 50 die annually from strokes caused by a blocked blood vessel, and nine per million die from a brain hemorrhage, the two main types of strokes.

  Perry’s death has raised questions about what will happen to the story line in Riverdale. Perry was filming scenes the week before his death, and production was sent home after news of his death. Some episodes are still scheduled to air on time as Perry has already filmed his scenes. The first episode to air after his death was a tribute to Perry.

  His fellow actors have taken to social media to express their love and sadness. Lili Reinhart wrote on her Instagram, “When someone you love, gets taken away from you. And the small circumferences surrounding you is stuck. Frozen in a moment. Of loss. And shock. Yet the people passing you are moving at full speed. “Did they not feel the earth shake? Or slow? Can they hear the thoughts screaming in my head? His name. His face. Memories.Flashes. Of a friend. A lost friend.”

  Rinehart continues with, “ We are always expect the earth to stand still. For the universe to grieve the loved ones have lost, along with was. But it keeps moving. Maybe as a sign that we should too. The movement of strangers like a wave taking is with them.”

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