Logan Williams — greatest recognized for enjoying a younger Barry Allen on The CW’s ‘The Flash’ — died on Thursday. He was 16 on the time of his dying. The reason for Logan William’s dying has not been revealed.
The information of William’s demise is confirmed by none different his mom Marlyses Williams. Chatting with The Tri-Metropolis Information, Marlyse Williams mentioned that their household is “completely devastated” by his dying. She additionally mentioned that it’s laborious in occasions of social distancing, she added, “I’m not in a position to hug my dad and mom who misplaced their solely grandchild.”
Barry Allen from ‘The Flash’ aka Grant Gustin shared an image of him with Williams on Friday and captioned, “Simply listening to the devastating information that Logan Williams has handed away abruptly. This image was early within the filming of The Flash pilot episode again in 2014. I used to be so impressed by not solely Logan’s expertise however his professionalism on set. My ideas and prayers will likely be with him and his household throughout what’s I’m positive an unimaginably tough time for them. Please preserve Logan and his household in your ideas and prayers throughout what has been a wierd and attempting time for us all. Sending like to everybody. ❤️”
Logan Williams was final seen on ‘The Flash’ within the season 2 premiere, which aired in 2015. Other than that, Logan was part of many TV tasks, like, “Supernatural” and “The Whispers,” which was co-executive produced by Steven Spielberg.
Williams additionally starred in “When Calls the Coronary heart,” a Hallmark TV sequence starring Erin Krakow, Martin Cummins, and Lori Loughlin. He carried out as Miles Montgomery, the son of Chelah Horsdal’s character Cat Montogomery, in 13 episodes.
Might his soul Relaxation In Peace!