Randy Blythe, Andy Biersack pay tribute to late “Paradise City” co-star Cameron Boyce

Disney Channel/Bob D’AmicoLamb of God's Randy Blythe and Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack have paid tribute to actor Cameron Boyce, who died Saturday at age 20.

Boyce was primarily known for his work in Disney channel productions Descendants and Jessie, but he was also set to star in Paradise City, a TV series spin-off of the 2017 film American Satan, which starred Biersack and Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce.

Biersack and Blythe both filmed scenes for Paradise City, and have shared their memories of working with Boyce.

"I was so impressed by not only his immense talent & professionalism but even more so his pure kindness & joy," Biersack wrote. "My heart is with his family & friends."

"Despite being famous as a child star, he was as about as down to earth as a person could get, which greatly impressed me," Blythe added of Boyce. "There was absolutely zero sense of entitlement about him. We had a lot of laughs on set, not to mention good talks on the nature & perils of fame."

Boyce died due to "an ongoing medical condition," according to his family.

Disney CEO Bob Iger tweeted Sunday, "The Walt Disney Company mourns the loss of #CameronBoyce, who was a friend to so many of us, and filled with so much talent, heart and life, and far too young to die. Our prayers go out to his family and his friends."

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Randy Blythe, Andy Biersack pay tribute to late “Paradise City” co-star Cameron Boyce

Disney Channel/Bob D’AmicoLamb of God's Randy Blythe and Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack have paid tribute to actor Cameron Boyce, who died Saturday at age 20.

Boyce was primarily known for his work in Disney channel productions Descendants and Jessie, but he was also set to star in Paradise City, a TV series spin-off of the 2017 film American Satan, which starred Biersack and Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce.

Biersack and Blythe both filmed scenes for Paradise City, and have shared their memories of working with Boyce.

"I was so impressed by not only his immense talent & professionalism but even more so his pure kindness & joy," Biersack wrote. "My heart is with his family & friends."

"Despite being famous as a child star, he was as about as down to earth as a person could get, which greatly impressed me," Blythe added of Boyce. "There was absolutely zero sense of entitlement about him. We had a lot of laughs on set, not to mention good talks on the nature & perils of fame."

Boyce died due to "an ongoing medical condition," according to his family.

Disney CEO Bob Iger tweeted Sunday, "The Walt Disney Company mourns the loss of #CameronBoyce, who was a friend to so many of us, and filled with so much talent, heart and life, and far too young to die. Our prayers go out to his family and his friends."

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