The family of Archie Landorst, the star of the CBC series So weird And the son of English actor Nicholas Lindhurst has revealed the cause of his death.
In an emotional Instagram post, his mother Lucy shared that her son died in his sleep after suffering a brain hemorrhage.
“Our world was blown up on September 22, the damage was irreparable. Archie was, and always will be, everything to us. Those of you who know us know its devastating effects The rest will fall on us. It’s a matter of our day. Archie was the most extraordinary magical man we’ve ever met.
He added, “As her parents, we do not need her to get whatever was given to her, and especially to achieve this beautiful man, which was given to her. Maybe. “
Archie’s mother said the family had received the results of their son’s second autopsy shortly before Christmas.
“He died of intracerebral hemorrhage due to acute lymphoblastic lymphoma / leukemia. It is not leukemia, as we know, the word acute means medically sharp,” he wrote. Assured we were not there. Anyone could do anything as if Archie had not shown any signs of illness. “
According to Macmillan Cancer Support, acute lymphoblastic leukemia is “a rare cancer of the blood cells,” which can cause “very early symptoms.”
“There was a lot of bleeding in Archie’s brain and the doctor tried very hard to reassure us that he would not have such a problem in his sleep. That’s a lot, “he said, adding that it kills only 800 people a year. “Nitra fell in love with her life just a few days before she celebrated her birthday. Life is fragile, precious and sometimes surprisingly cruel.”
In a separate post, he added, “Our dear boy, we love you forever and ever and for every beautiful memory we have, we thank you every day. We will always celebrate you. All our love. “
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In addition to his work on the CBC So weird, Landrost also lent its voice to the video game Final Fantasy XIV: Heavenly And played a new version of Jack Whitehall’s role in the BBC comedy Bad education.
The news of his death was confirmed by the network last October Said in a statement The actor “died after a short illness.”
“Lucy and I are deeply saddened and respectfully request privacy,” said Nicholas, Landour’s father and his wife, in a statement to the public at the time.