One fan said that her positive attitude has helped them through the loss of their own father.
“I lost my dad 7 months ago. I’m much older than you BUT I really look up to you,” the follower said. Sophie responded, “I’m so sorry for your loss. That means a lot to me. I’m dealing with it all the best I can, but I know it’s the hardest thing. I wish you all the strength in the world.”
Ian Ziering says the Beverly Hills, 90210 revival will find the perfect way to honor the late Luke Perry.
ET's Kevin Frazier spoke with the actor at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, where he reflected on his decades-long friendship with his former co-star and good friend, as well as shared how the reboot will pay tribute to Perry.
"That's very challenging. It's a personal thing," Ziering -- who was promoting his upcoming movie, Zombie Tidal Wave -- expressed. "We all were very close to him. Luke was a best friend to me, not just when we were on 90210 but even before that. I knew him from when we were doing soap operas in Los Angeles."
"So it continues to be challenging and it's always very difficult, but we will find a way to do it right," he added.
Luke Perry’s “proud” son is celebrating his dad’s role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Ahead of the L.A. premiere of the Quentin Tarantino film, Jack Perry shared a video that showed him climbing a billboard featuring his dad in character as Scott Lancer, an actor co-starring in a show with Leonardo DiCaprio’s fading western TV star, Rick Dalton.
The sign, on Sunset Boulevard in L.A., simply says. "Luke Perry is Scott” and Jack, a professional wrestler who goes by the name Jungle Boy, got an up-close look as he positioned himself atop it. The camera zoomed out and music played as the poignant moment was captured.
Gone, but far from forgotten. Late actor Luke Perry was honored with roaring cheers at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Monday, July 22.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie earned plenty of applause at the star-studded event as their characters graced the big screen. However, it was Perry who generated enthusiastic praise, as attendees applauded louder for him during his posthumous appearance, an insider noted to Us Weekly.
Bradley Cooper, Rumer Willis, John Stamos and Britney Spears were among the many high-profile names in attendance for Monday’s premiere. The film’s after-party at The Hollywood Roosevelt, where guests enjoyed Casamigos beverages (a tequila brand George Clooney cofounded in 2013), was attended by stars such as Snoop Dogg, Kevin Connolly and Christian Carino.