Sandra Bullock’s partner, Bryan Randall, has died at the age of 57 following a private battle with ALS.
Randall, a photographer and model, was first diagnosed with the disease in 2018. He kept his diagnosis private and continued to work and support his family until his death.
In a statement, Bullock said that Randall was “a kind, loving, and amazing man” who “will be deeply missed by all who knew him.”
“He fought his battle with ALS with incredible courage and determination, and I will be forever grateful for the love, support, and strength he gave me,” she said.
Randall is survived by Bullock, their two children, and his son from a previous relationship.
ALS, known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that impacts nerve cells within the brain and spinal cord. This condition results in the gradual weakening and deterioration of muscles, ultimately culminating in mortality.
There is no cure for ALS, and the average life expectancy after diagnosis is 5 years.
Randall’s death is a reminder of the devastating impact that ALS can have on families. He will be remembered for his love, courage, and determination.
In addition to his work as a photographer and model, Randall was also a passionate advocate for ALS research. He raised money for the disease through his photography business, and he spoke openly about his diagnosis in the hope of raising awareness.
Randall’s death is a loss to the ALS community and to the world. He was a kind, loving, and inspiring man who will be deeply missed.
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