According to a report in the Coquitlam, British Columbia-based Tri-City News, the young Canadian actor's mother, Marlyse Williams, is "absolutely devastated" by his passing, and his family can not even grieve together because of mandatory social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to playing a young Barry Allen on multiple episodes of The Flash (including the pilot), Williams also appeared on an episode of Supernatural (shown above). Adding to the devastating circumstances, due to social distancing measures, she has been forced to grieve for her son alone. "I am not able to Hugh my parents who lost their only grandchild", she said.
A cause of death has not yet been determined.
Grant Gustin, the actor who plays the adult Barry Allen on The Flash, also shared the news of Willaims's death on Friday. This picture was early in the filming of The Flash pilot episode back in 2014.
Grant continued: 'My thoughts and prayers will be with him and his family during what is I'm sure an unimaginably hard time for them'.
Gustin praised his co-star for his talent and professionalism and asked fans to keep his family in their thoughts and prayers. Sending love to everyone'. "My friend Logan Williams passed away yesterday", actor Mitchell Kummen wrote in a tweet.
She continued, "With his talent and gorgeous looks, Logan had the potential to be a huge star".
Williams was born in Vancouver and landed his first role at age 10 in the Hallmark film Color of Rain. "Heartsick to learn of Logan Williams' death at 16", he wrote in the tweet.
In a separate tweet she added, "Logan was a attractive, warm, silly, and talented young man".
Williams appeared as the young Allen in eight episodes. He was just shy of 17 and had what I'm sure would have been a very bright future ahead of him, ' Erin added. "Sending love to your mom".
You've got to seem cool, and then I see anger built up in teenagers and young adults because they are wanting that so badly. I just feel like when I finally said what I was going to say, I wanted to know everything about it.
Singer-songwriter and actress Sara Bareilles told fans on Friday that she had the coronavirus but has since "fully recovered". Get push notifications with news, features and more. "I had it, just so you know". "Just wanted to check-in.
ESPN listened to fans and gave them what they wanted, and they moved up the documentary miniseries from June to April. There will be two hour-long episodes on each of those nights, airing back-to-back at 9pm and 10pm Eastern.
Beer and other alcohol are rising in sales this month as Americans are being forced to hunker down in light of the coronavirus. Corona Hard Seltzer, which launched in early March, is also off to a "strong start", according to a company earnings release.
More than one million people around the world are now infected, have died from, or have recovered from COVID-19. Spain, another epicenter of global outbreaks, has recorded more than 110,000 cases and 10,003 deaths.
Communications staff at the White House and the Chinese embassy in Washington didn't immediately respond to requests for comment. Doubts about China's transparency in dealing with the pandemic have strained its ties with US.
In an interview with BNN Bloomberg, Parmenter said banks should be turning their attention next to access of low-priced credit. Beginning next week, online requests for payment deferrals will be available for credit card customers online.
Vice President Mike Pence says no American should be anxious about their coronavirus treatment costs during the outbreak. The White House has been conducting temperature checks for those close to both leaders since March 14., CNN said.
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