Death might end a life, but it leaves behind the relationships and connections that one makes all alone.
Bert Belasco, popularly known for starring in BET’s sitcom ‘Let’s Stay Together’ died recently and left everyone shocked. Belasco’s future seemed so bright. The actor had a loving family and a caring girlfriend. He had finally started getting big movie roles.
The 38-year-old actor was found dead in his hotel room in Virginia this Sunday. Though the reason for Belasco’s death is still unknown since the autopsy results are yet to come, his father thinks his son died of a severe case of an aneurysm.
Bert Belasco Net Worth is estimated at around $2 million
Since no financial details of the late actor have been disclosed yet, there’s no way to get Belasco’s exact salary figures.
Belasco’s only source of income was his earnings from his acting career. His most popular role is that of Charles Whitmore in the BET sitcom ‘Let’s Stay Together’. Berth Belasco also starred in the sports drama ‘Pitch’.
Bert Belasco’s net worth at the time of his death can be estimated to be somewhat around $2 million.
The Death of Bert Belasco
The 38-year-old actor was found dead in his hotel room. According to sources, the actor was found dead, lying on his bed with bloodstains all over the sheet.
According to the local news outlet, ABC 8 News, when Belasco’s girlfriend couldn’t reach him after several calls, she contacted the staff of Richmond hotel. Therefore the hotel staff conducted a welfare check, that’s when they contacted the Henrico Police Department.
The actor was quarantined in the hotel as he was about to begin work on an upcoming project. Although the autopsy report is yet to come, according to TMZ, Belasco’s father Bert Sr. thinks his son died of an aneurysm but is still waiting for the autopsy findings.
Life and Career of Bert Belasco
Belasco found his calling for acting at an early stage. The actor earned his acting degree from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
He starred in several plays during his time at SIUC like “The Greenbird” and “Parade.” During his senior year at SIUC, Belasco starred in “Home” which was directed by assistant professor Segun Ojewuyi.
Belasco first shot to fame was when he featured in the Super Bowl commercial for Snickers alongside Betty White. The commercial ended up scoring the No. 1 spot in the USA Today Ad Meter Poll.
Belasco also starred in ‘I’m Dying Up Here,’ ‘The Mick,’ ‘Key and Peele‘ and ‘Justified,’ among others.