Logan Williams died on Thursday
Actor Logan Williams, who played young Barry Allen in CW’s “The Flash,” died suddenly on Thursday at the age of 16.
Cause of death not specified.
Other actors expressed grief through their posts
The show’s star, Grant Gustin, expressed his pain on Instagram on Friday by posting a photo with Williams and actor Jesse L. Martin taken during the filming of the series in 2014.
“I just heard the devastating news that Logan Williams died suddenly,” he wrote. “I was so impressed not only with Logan’s talent but also with his professionalism on the set. My thoughts and prayers will be with him and his family in what, I am sure, is an incredibly difficult time for them. Save Logan and her His family in your thoughts and prayers during that strange and difficult moment for all of us. Sending love to everyone. ”
His agent and other colleagues mourned his death
His agent, Michelle Gauvin of Performers Management in Vancouver, British Columbia, made a statement for The Post:
“We are shocked and mourn over this tragic loss. Logan was an exceptional talent, with a good heart and a contagious spirit, ”he said. – We will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers with his family and loved ones. ”
John Wesley Shipp, who played Barry Allen in the CBS Flash version of 1990-1991 and the character’s father Henry in the new CW drama, said he was “heart-sick” in his condolences over Twitter.
“He was 100% committed to the role of the young Barry Allen, and we missed him as soon as this part of the story was completed,” Shipp wrote. “Love and compassion for Logan’s family and friends is in your pain.”
His family is going through mental trauma
According to a report in Coquitlam, located in British Columbia, Tri-City News, the mother of a young Canadian actor, Marlies Williams, is “completely devastated” by his death and his family cannot even suffer from the compulsory social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.