Mother of late 'Euphoria' star Angus Cloud speaks at Oakland School for the Arts award show

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Tuesday, April 30, 2024
Oakland School for the Arts honors Zendaya, late Angus Cloud, others
The Oakland School for the Arts hosted its "Artist Impact Award" celebrating alums Zendaya, the late Angus Cloud, and Sheila E. and Keith Williams.

OAKLAND, Cailf. (KGO) -- The Oakland School for the Arts hosted its artist impact awards celebrating local creatives.

Oakland native Zendaya -- who stars in the HBO Max (now called Max) show "Euphoria" was among those honored -- although she didn't attend the show.

Her co-star -- the late Angus Cloud -- was also honored.

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Angus Cloud, who played Fez in the popular HBO hit "Euphoria" and attended the Oakland School for the Arts, has died, according to his family.

He and Zendaya are OSA alums.

Cloud's mother, Lisa Cloud, accepted the award on his behalf.

"Conor loved this town. He loved the hills, loved the ocean, loved the lake, loved the corner stores, he skated and tagged with everyone up here in every corner of this town," she said.

"I feel him here. I feel him here. And I think he's just a short veil away from being really excited to be with us all tonight."

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Two other honorees included singer-drummer Shiela E. and Keith Williams.

He's better known as K-Dub -- and he's a leader and founder of the local skatepark scene.

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