Ron Cephas who is the famous Emmy-winning actor from the hit film, ‘This Is Us’ has tragically died at the age of 66.
The shocking incident has left fans devastated after a statement was released from his family today.
The star is believed to have been suffering from a pulmonary issue that ended up taking his life.
The statement released in regard to the tragedy revealed how the star was known for his warmth, kindness, and extreme generosity. Similarly, he was super kind to all those who came across him on a daily basis. Moreover, his heart was so big that those who came across him in their lifetime have always held him in the highest regard, the post read.
His love for stage and the world of acting can not be denied. He really was famous for doing great things and putting his talent at the forefront and you simply couldn’t deny that. His accolades for his work were proof of just how much hard work and effort he added to get closer to his goals.
There are also some reports about his inner beauty that always shone and his incredible soul where huge audiences would rise and only come to see him perform. Today, he is survived by just his loving daughter who years for the loss of her wonderful father.
Jones was known for a leading role in movies like This is Us where he worked as William Hill. In the same way, his biological dad also won a leading award for a great performance as a guest actor in the year 2018, and that earned him an Emmy. And if that news was not shocking and heartwarming enough, more reports spoke about his daughter getting her first Emmy in the same year as well.
This made history as the first-ever father-daughter duo to attain the status of being winners in the same year at the Emmy Awards.
But in the year 2021, he explained to The New York Times how he was not doing too great physically. His health was in decline and he was battling with a chronic form of lung disease called obstructive pulmonary disease. Therefore, he got a double lung transplant to fix that condition and he reportedly stayed as a patient for a whopping two months at the UCLA Medical Center in the year 2020.