“The Flash” actor Logan Williams dies suddenly at 16

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Logan Williams, a young actor best known for his role on CW’s “The Flash,” died at the age of 16, a spokesperson for his family said.

“We are heartbroken,” Michelle Gauvin, the spokesperson said,

“We are in shock and mourning this tragic loss. Logan was an exceptional talent, with a kind heart, and an infectious spirit. We will all miss him tremendously.”

“Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones,” she added.

Variety reports the cause of death has not been revealed.

Williams was born in Vancouver, Canada, and grew up in the suburb of Coquitlam. He landed his very first audition at age 10 for the Hallmark movie “The Color of Rain,” working alongside Warren Christie and Lacey Chabert, according to IMDb.

He went on to appear in several TV shows, including “The Flash,” “Supernatural” and “The Whispers,” which was co-executive produced by Steven Spielberg. Williams also acted in “When Calls the Heart,” a Hallmark TV series starring Erin Krakow, Martin Cummins and Lori Loughlin. He played Miles Montgomery, the son of Chelah Horsdal’s character Cat Montogomery, in 13 episodes.

Upon the news of his death, Williams’ former castmates took to social media to share their condolences.

Grant Gustin, who plays Barry Allen on “The Flash,” shared a photo of him and Williams on Instagram on Friday.

“I was so impressed by not only Logan’s talent but his professionalism on set,” Gustin wrote in his caption. “My thoughts and prayers will be with him and his family during what is I’m sure an unimaginably difficult time for them.”

John Wesley Shipp, who played Barry Allen on CBS’ “The Flash” from 1990 to 1991 and portrays his father, Henry Allen, on the current series, expressed his grief on Twitter.

“Heartsick to learn of Logan Williams’ death at 16,” Shipp wrote. “He was 100% committed to playing young Barry Allen, and we missed him once we moved past that part of the story.”

Williams is survived by his mother, Marlyse Williams. father Clive, aunts, uncles, and grandparents.