The '"90210" actor appeared of their "Happy Birthday Guadalupe!" video.
The loving tributes to late Riverdale/Beverly Hills, 90210 actor Luke Perry continued to pour in on Monday. The actor, who died at age 52 after struggling a large stroke final week, was honored by his performing friends and followers, in addition to The Killers, who forged the star within the western-themed video for his or her 2009 vacation single "¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe!"
"So unhappy to lose Luke Perry. He did an incredible job in "¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe!" for no compensation, as a result of all went ot charity," the band mentioned in an Instagram publish that includes snippets of Perry wandering the desert in rancher gear and a black cowboy hat as he mouthed the phrases to the mariachi rock tune. "An honor to have him within the video. He will likely be tremendously missed."
No additional particulars about what brought about the actor's lethal stroke had been launched at press time. A spokesperson confirmed his passing in an announcement, saying, "“He was surrounded by his youngsters Jack and Sophie, fiancé Wendy Madison Bauer, ex-wife Minnie Sharp, mom Ann Bennett, step-father Steve Bennett, brother Tom Perry, sister Amy Coder, and different shut household and buddies. The household appreciates the outpouring of assist and prayers which have been prolonged to Luke from world wide, and respectfully request privateness on this time of nice mourning. No additional particulars will likely be launched right now."