Luke Perry, the performing artist who ended up celebrated on “Beverly Hills, 90210” and later came back to TV on “Riverdale,” kicked the bucket on Monday. He was 52.
His family issued an announcement saying he kicked the bucket after a “gigantic stroke,” which he endured last Wednesday.
Conceived in Ohio, Perry turned into a star during the 1990s on the “90210,” where he went through quite a long while playing the awful kid heartthrob Dylan McKay. All the more as of late, he played Fred Andrews, Archie’s dad, on the CW arrangement “Riverdale.”