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Riverdale and Beverly Hills, 90210 star Luke Perry has passed away, according to TMZ. NBC News is also reporting he has passed. He was 52.

Last week, it was reported that Perry suffered a massive stroke Feb. 27 and was hospitalized. Perry passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank, California Monday morning, according to TMZ. A cause of death has not been revealed.

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Paramedics responded to Perry’s home in Sherman Oaks Wednesday morning. At the time, the actor’s condition was unclear as Perry’s rep stated he was under observation.

It was later reported that he was either sedated or placed in a medically induced coma as several conflicting reports arose.

Perry is currently most well-known for portraying Fred Andrews, Archie Andrews’ (KJ Apa) dad on Riverdale. He has been with the show since its 2017 debut.

Prior to his involvement in the Riverdale universe, Perry is best known for a different teen drama, Beverly Hills, 90210.

Last week, Fox announced Beverly Hills, 90210 ordered a reboot. However, Perry wasn’t listed as one of the returning cast members. Only Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling were confirmed.

The series will have six episodes, which will air this summer under 90210 (not to be confused with the 2008 spin-off of the same name).

As for Riverdale, season 3 kicked off in Oct. 2018 with episodes airing through May. The series was renewed for a fourth season in January, but cast members (including Perry) weren’t confirmed as season 3 is still airing. However, TMZ reports he was shooting scenes in Los Angeles prior to his hospitalization.

Perry will also appear in Quentin Tarantino upcoming Charles Manson biopic Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and more and is set for a July 26 release.

Our thoughts are with Luke Perry’s friends and family at this time.

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