Australian actor and singer Johnny Ruffo has died six years after being diagnosed with brain cancer.
The 35-year-old made his first appearance as the character Chris Harrington in popular Australian soap Home And Away in 2013, two years after appearing in the final of X Factor Australia.
A statement on his official Instagram said: “It is with a heavy heart that we had to say goodbye to Johnny.
“Surrounded by his partner Tahnee and his family, Johnny passed peacefully with the support of some incredible nurses and doctors.”
The statement described Ruffo as “a very talented, charming and sometimes very sharp boy”.
In August 2017, Ruffo announced that he had been diagnosed with brain cancer and was beginning “aggressive treatment”.
“Johnny was very determined and strong willed,” the statement continued.
“He battled all the way to the end and fought as hard as he could.
“Such a beautiful soul with so much more to give.
“We all love you Johnny and will remember you for all the joy you brought into our lives. Rest in peace.”
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