Angus Cloud, who was most known for playing Fezco on HBO’s Euphoria, died on July 31. He was 25 years old at the time.

According to reports, the Euphoria actor, born Conor Angus Cloud Hickey, passed away at his family’s Oakland, California, residence. In fact, the late actor’s family released a statement in which they officially acknowledged the news, saying, “It is with the heaviest heart that we had to say goodbye to an incredible human today. As an artist, a friend, a brother and a son, Angus was special to all of us in so many ways.”

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The HBO drama starring Zendaya was where Cloud made his acting debut on camera. Cloud recalled to GQ in 2019 how he felt when he was approached on the street to portray the beloved drug dealer with a kind heart: “I was confused and I didn’t want to give her my phone number…I thought it was a scam.”

It turns out that the two “Euphoria” cast members actually attended the same high school. Both Zendaya and Angus Cloud attended Oakland School for the Arts, a prestigious performing arts high school in California. According to The Washington Post, Zendaya graduated from the school in November 2015.

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The actors must have run into each other at some point while they were there. Cloud, though, in an interview claimed he didn’t remember ever spending much time with his co-star while they were both in high school. “We had some of the same friends I guess, but I didn’t really know her,” Cloud told the Wall Street Journal in 2019.

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In a separate interview, speaking about his relationship with his co-star, Cloud said, “We’re friends for sure. We’re close and I consider her family. That’s my sister,” Cloud says of their off-screen relationship. Meanwhile, on-screen, ​“their relationship dynamic is crazy because it’s all based around addiction. That’s a huge topic in Euphoria – how it makes people change, how it’s hard to deal with the people that you love who are dealing with that addiction.”