fans of Beverly Hills are in mourning. Luke Perry, who played Dylan McKay in the series of the years 90, died Monday, march 4, in a hospital in Burbank, in the suburbs of Los Angeles, at the age of 52 years. The actor has not survived the stroke he suffered on Wednesday 27 February. Luke Perry has died of a “serious STROKE,” explains the press release sent by his agent. In particular, he was surrounded by his children Jack and Sophie, his fiancée Wendy Madison Bauer, his ex-wife Minnie Sharp, as well as his mother, his brother and his sister. The family thanked fans around the world for their support but asked for respect for his privacy in this time of sorrow. “No further details will be given in the immediate future,” stresses the press release.

After his first roles in series such as Lovingly yours, , Luke Perry quickly became an international star by portraying Dylan McKay in the series Beverly Hills broadcast in France on TF1. It is embodied, until 2000, this bad boy whose love hesitated between Kelly and Brenda.

After Beverly Hills , a soap opera in which he will forever be associated, the actor has appeared in many series such as New York, special unit , criminal Minds, Will & Grace … The american viewers were also able to find him in a recurring role in the series Oz for HBO. In 2016, the actor joined the distribution of Riverdale , one of the successful series from Netflix, in which he played Fred Andrews, the father of Archie.

a week ago, Fox has made official the return of Beverly Hills in the form of a faux-documentary with a part of the cast original. Luke Perry was not a part of the project. Six characters from the original series, Jason Priestley (Brandon Walsh in the series), Jennie Garth (Kelly Taylor), Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders), Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea Zuckerman), Brian Austin Green (David Silver) and Tori Spelling (Donna Martin), however, were accepted to participate.

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