Who Was Bert Belasco? Wiki, Biography, Age, Cause of Death, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Bert Belasco Wiki – Bert Belasco Biography

Bert Belasco was an Actor from South Carolina, United States. He is best known for his time playing Charles Whitmore on the series Let’s Stay Together from 2011-2014, but he worked on several other projects in his life as well. He has died, according to a breaking news report by TMZ. The 38-year-old actor was best known for his role on BET’s Let’s Stay Together.

Age

He has died at the age of 38.

Career

He starred on BET’s 2011-14 sitcom Let’s Stay Together and appeared in Showtime’s I’m Dying Up Here and Fox’s Pitch. In 2016, Belasco was cast as Sonny Evers in Pitch, and in 2018 as Rene Marson in I’m Dying Up Here.

According to his IMDB profile, he worked on several other projects in his life.

Belasco had a role in the Fox TV series Pitch in 2016 and also did some acting stints on shows including The Mick, NCIS: New Orleans, American Princess, and more.

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Belasco’s BET bio gives insight into how he originally broke into the acting world. The bio reads,

Bert Belasco co-stars as Charles in the BET original scripted series Let’s Stay Together. After earning his theater degree from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2005, Belasco was featured in a Snickers commercial with Betty White that aired during the Superbowl. He has had roles in a couple of TV movies but got his big break on Let’s Stay Together.

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Cause of Death

According to TMZ, Belasco was set to start a new acting role in Virginia at his death. His father found his body in a hotel room in Richmond on Sunday, after Belasco’s girlfriend could not get in touch with the actor. No official cause of death has been determined, though TMZ says there was blood found on the sheets at the time and that Belasco’s father thinks he had an aneurysm.

Belasco Was Rarely Active on Social Media; His Last Post is From June 2019. Belasco’s personal Instagram account only has eight photos. He didn’t frequently post to Instagram. His most recent post was from June 2019 and showed an illustration depicting what artists “go through” in their careers.

Belasco’s other Instagram posts primarily feature his family and friends. In one Instagram post, he highlighted the importance of “Faith,” with an illustration that read, “It does not make things easy, it makes them possible… Luke 1:37”

Belasco wrote in the caption, “It’s funny how often I have to say this to myself. So true. 😌”

 

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