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‘His life cut far too short’ – Josh Gad’s pain over the passing of his 20-year-old nephew

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In a Twitter post on Monday, Josh Gad announced the loss of his 20-year-old nephew Marco who he described as ‘truly a brilliant, creative and loving soul,’ taken far too soon.

The Frozen actor expressed the ‘impossible’ pain felt by his family over the loss and shared the details of Marco’s passing, saying only that his nephew ‘passed away in his sleep.’

Thanking those who shared messages of support, Gad posted:

“Thank you all for your love. Our beloved nephew Marco passed away in his sleep at 20; his life cut far too short and our pain far too deep. Our family is trying to make sense of it all, but your support has been incredible.”

Gad later posted a further tribute in an Instagram post:

“Our beloved nephew Marco has left us far too early. At 20 years old, he was full of [possibility] and promise. To say he is gone far too soon does not do justice to the life force that he was.”

An outpouring of condolences and messages in tribute to Marco was posted on social media by friends and fellow celebrities.

Australian actress Isla Fisher wrote:

“I’m so sorry, Josh. Sending you and your family so much love and support. This is unimaginable.”

Award-winning American actress Octavia Spencer also posted a tribute saying:

“So sorry to hear this, sending so much love and prayers and all the light to you all.”

While no details have been provided as to what may have caused 20-year-old Marco’s death, Gad said in his Twitter post, “Our family is trying to make sense of it all.” He said,

“His life may be gone, but I hope and pray his memory will endure.”

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