Fans and friends send condolences as blacklist actor Clark Middleton dies of an incurable disease called west nile virus.
The passing of Clark Middleton was announced by his wife Elissa.
she wrote, “With heavy hearts we announce the passing of a life eminently worthy of celebration: Clark Middleton, 63 – beloved actor, writer, director, teacher, hero, husband, beacon, friend.”
“Clark transitioned on October 4th as a result of West Nile Virus, for which there is no known cure. Clark was a beautiful soul who spent a lifetime defying limits and advocating for people with disabilities,” she added.
Many send condolences to Clark Middleton
Linda rose said on twitter, “I just found out that our truly wonderful Clark Middleton from the Blacklist has passed away. Truly heart breaking news. He was a wonderful person & this is such a terrible loss. My deepest condolences go out to his family & friends & Blacklist family . He will be deeply missed.”
Mideglow said, “Your character in The Blacklist, Glen was a really good friend. Easy going and ready to stick his neck for Reddington.Your fans will miss you.Your family will miss you.The Blacklist will miss you.😪🥺🥺♥️#RIPClarkMiddleton.”
Clark’s high school friend, Keary Lutz said on facebook, comforting his wife.
“Elissa Middleton, I am so sorry for your loss. I went to high school with Clark in Tucson, AZ. He was always the nicest, most POSITIVE person in school. Is so great that he was able to go on and do something he really loved.
Again, my condolences.”
Elisa, Clark’s wife thanked everyone for the love and support they showed after her husband passed away.
Hi. Elissa here, Clark’s wife. “Thank you for your love and support for My Mister. I cannot count the number of times he said “Give the world your best and the best will come back to you,” quoting his father Mel. And he meant it! He is in the light, happy and free, and sends love.”
“I am so happy thinking of his newfound freedoms and I know his transition will be graced by the beautiful souls he loved who preceded him, “We are so happy you loved him too and hope you will join us celebrating his remarkable life,” Elisa wrote on Clark’s Facebook page.