Christopher Lawford, the actor and author who was best known for being and the nephew of 35th U.S. president John F. Kennedy, has died Tuesday, September 4. He was 63.
As for the cause of death, former U.S. Representative Patrick J. Kennedy told the Associated Press that Christopher died of a heart attack in Vancouver, Canada.
Additionally, according to TMZ's Wednesday report, he died after suffering a medical emergency at a yoga studio.
Shortly after Chris' passing news emerged, his cousin Kerry Kennedy took to Twitter on Wednesday, September 5, to pay tribute to him.
She wrote, "We mourn the loss of my cousin Christopher Lawford, Rest in Peace. “Pictured here with our family at the 2004 Democratic Convention and with his wonderful son, David.”
Here's the tweet, check it out.
We mourn the loss of my cousin Christopher Lawford, Rest in Peace.— Kerry Kennedy (@KerryKennedyRFK) September 5, 2018
Pictured here with our family at the 2004 Democratic Convention and with his wonderful son, David. pic.twitter.com/GLlCvN7xkv
Kerry is the daughter of late U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy.
John's sister Patricia Kennedy and English actor Peter Lawford were the parents of Christopher.
Christopher had appeared on multiple movies and television sitcoms like All My Children, General Hospital, Frasier, The O.C., and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. His most recent film credit was Eavesdrop (2008).
Christopher, who was married for three times, is survived by three children from his first wife Jeannie Olsson and his third wife Mercedes Miller, whom he married in 2014.
Rest In Peace Christopher!
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