He was an emerging musician in the most 'difficult' scene there is: the British one. The family: 'He was a kind soul capable of bringing hope and happiness to those he had inside'Tim Roth, 61, and son Cormac, before the disease struck Video
Tragedy in the family for Tim Roth. The British film star has lost his son Cormac to cancer at the age of 25. The young man disappeared on October 16, but the news has only now spread, with an official statement from the family: 'He was a kind soul capable of bringing hope and happiness to those he had inside.' - videoBianca Atzei brings her 'tummy' to the beach (and Stefano Corti is there too) Bianca Atzei brings her 'tummy' to the beach (and Stefano Corti is there too)
WHO WAS - Cormac had made his music debut at the age of 21, with the album Python. And he was immediately noticed. In 2018 he co-wrote the film's soundtrack New Order by Michael Franco, film awarded a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival. In November 2021, he announced to his fans on Instagram the shocking news of the disease, i.e. stage three germ cell cancer: 'He took half my hearing, 27 kilos of weight, my confidence, and he will continue his murderous path until I can somehow stop him and kill him. But he didn't take away my will to survive, or my love of music. He hasn't shot me down yet. Love to you all please make sure you do the things you love. Life is short. Fuck cancer.'
THE FAMILY MESSAGE - The memory of Cormac is poignant, which the family wrote on social media: 'He was a concentrate of wild and electric energy and his spirit was full of light and goodness. Wild as he was, Cormac was also the embodiment of kindness. A kind soul who brought so much happiness and hope to those around him. Grief comes in waves, as do tears and laughter, as we think of that beautiful boy through the 25 years and 10 months we've known him. An irrepressible and joyful and wild and wonderful child. He had just become a man. We love it and will take it with us wherever we go.'
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