After Kevin Clark passed away in a tragic bike accident yesterday (Might 26), his School of Rock co-stars took to Instagram to recollect the late actor/performer. Clark, who was 32, performed Freddy Jones (aka Spazzy McGee) in Richard Linklater’s 2003 comedy.
Jack Black starred as Dewey Finn in College of Rock, Freddy’s wild instructor who skilled him to rock out on the drums. In line with Clark, he solely acquired the kid performing position as a result of he may play the drums. Black shared a collage of two pictures from their outdated College of Rock days, including some touching notes about their time collectively.
“Devastating information,” Black wrote in his Instagram caption. “Kevin is gone. Approach too quickly. Stunning soul. So many nice reminiscences. Heartbroken. Sending like to his household and the entire College of Rock neighborhood.”
Simply a few years in the past, Clark caught up with Jack Black for an impromptu School of Rock reunion in Chicago. Clark’s band, Dreadwolf, was enjoying a set within the space, and Black reached out to look at them carry out. Clark supplied Black a chunk of Dreadwolf merch, and the actor instantly sported it on the live performance.
Miranda Cosgrove, who performed classmate Summer time Hathaway in College of Rock and has since gone on to star in exhibits like Drake & Josh and iCarly, additionally shared a group of outdated pictures in remembrance of Clark.
“Surprised and saddened by this information immediately,” Cosgrove wrote. “The world misplaced a tremendous soul. I’ll at all times keep in mind your spirit and the way sort you have been to me. I’ll always remember all of the reminiscences. You’ll at all times be missed Kevin.”
Clark was biking across the Northwest Aspect of Chicago early Wednesday morning when he was fatally struck by a automobile, based on the police. A 20-year-old girl was driving the automobile that struck Clark was not charged, however issued with a quotation.
The kid actor was finest identified for his position in College of Rock, and didn’t pursue a profession in performing after his position as Freddy Jones. As a substitute, he pursued music together with his band, Dreadwolf, nonetheless keeping in touch with a few of his College of Rock co-stars.