Billy Miller’s mom is talking out concerning the circumstances surrounding her son’s tragic dying.
As beforehand reported, Miller died at 43 on Friday, September 15, two days earlier than his forty fourth birthday.
On the time, particulars about how the daytime TV staple had died weren’t revealed.
Miller’s mom has launched the next assertion to Cleaning soap Opera Digest:
“I need to personally thank the various followers and private buddies for the overwhelming quantity of affection, prayers and condolences despatched to me and my household on the devastating dying of my lovely son BJ — Billy Miller.
“He fought an extended exhausting valiant battle with bipolar melancholy for years. He did all the pieces he might to manage the illness.
“He cherished his household, his buddies and his followers however in the long run the illness gained the combat and he surrendered his life. The opposite causes of dying being instructed will not be true. I want they had been however they simply aren’t.
“All of us cherished him a lot and are desperately attempting to cope with our loss. I’ll don’t have anything additional to say. Thanks for the love and assist.”
Miller broke by within the cleaning soap world in 2007 together with his portrayal of Richie Novak on All My Youngsters.
He adopted it up with a six-year-stint on The Younger and the Stressed as Billy Abbott, a job he gained three Daytime Emmy Awards for appearing.
In 2014, he moved over to Normal Hospital, enjoying Jason Morgan/Drew Cain till 2019.
Further TV roles included CSI: NY, Justified, Ringer, Main Crimes, Fits, Ray Donovan, and Fact Be Instructed.
“I’m devastated to listen to information of the extremely proficient Billy Miller’s passing,” Normal Hospital government producer Frank Valentini posted on X within the aftermath of Billy’s dying.
“On behalf of the complete [General Hospital] household, our hearts exit to his household and buddies throughout this tough time.”
Might Billy Miller relaxation in peace.
Paul Dailly is the Affiliate Editor for TV Fanatic. Observe him on Twitter.