Disney star Cameron Boyce’s cause of death at age 20 CONFIRMED by his devastated family

Disney star Cameron Boyce, who is best known for starring in Descendants and Jessie, died after suffering an epileptic seizure in his sleep, his family have confirmed.

A spokesman for Cameron’s family told ABC News: "Cameron’s tragic passing was due to a seizure as a result of an ongoing medical condition, and that condition was epilepsy.

"We are still trying to navigate our way through this extremely heart wrenching time, and continue to ask for privacy so that the family, and all who knew and loved him can grieve his loss and make arrangements for his funeral – which in and of itself, is agonising."

Cameron’s family said in a statement at the time of his death: “It is with a profoundly heavy heart that we report that this morning we lost Cameron.

“He passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated.

“The world is now undoubtedly without one of its brightest lights, but his spirit will live on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him.

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“We are utterly heartbroken and ask for privacy during this immensely difficult time as we grieve the loss of our precious son and brother,” they added.

His co-stars have also spoken out online following his tragic death.

Cameron played Adam Sandler’s son in the comedy film Grown Ups in 2010.

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Adam shared: “Too young. Too sweet. Too funny. Just the nicest, most talented, and most decent kid around.

"Loved that kid. Cared so much about his family. Cared so much about the world.

"Thank you, Cameron, for all you gave to us. So much more was on the way.

“All our hearts are broken. Thinking of your amazing family and sending our deepest condolences."

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