On 2nd June 2020, Chris Trousdale passed away. He was 34 and a month away from celebrating his 35th birthday.
Of the so many endavours he enjoyed, Chris will be best remembered for his work with the boy band “Dream Street.”
Find about Chris’s cause of death, his height, and his family. Furthermore, discover if was gay or a married man with wife and kids!
Chris Trousdale Cause Of Death
A source close to Chris Trousdale’s family told TMZ the singer died due to complications from COVID-19.
Chris reportedly took his last breath at a Burbank, California-based hospital.
Hours earlier, another insider had confirmed Chris’s death. The singer’s rep shared,
“It is with a heavy heart that we confirm the passing of Chris Trousdale on June 2, 2020, from an undisclosed illness. He was a light to so many and will be missed dearly by his family, friends, and fans all over the world. Although it felt like he belonged to us all, the family is requesting that you respect their privacy at this time of grieving. Should you wish to make a donation in his honor, please give to ASPCA.”
Jesse McCartney, fellow “Dream Street” member, penned a beautiful tribute for Chris via Instagram. He described Chris as “an old friend” and “an explosively charming personality with boundless amounts of talent.”
Parents, Height, Net Worth
Chris Trousdale was born on 11th June 1985 with the real name Christopher Ryan Pask. Moreover, he was a native of New Port Richey, Florida.
Regarding ethnicity, Chris owned a blend of Irish and Greek ancestry from his parents.
Chris’s mother was Irish American. Meanwhile, his father was of Greek descent.
More about his family: Chris grew up with two siblings: half-brother Wayne and biological brother Ronnie.
What’s more, Ronnie is a married man with a wife named Tracey. They reportedly were mom and dad to two kids.
Best recognized for his spikey hair, Chris Trousdale stood five feet eleven inches (180 m).
Chris reportedly began performing at the age of 3. 5 years later, she was already a Broadway star, touring with “Les Miserables.”
Eventually, Chris moved to New York and joined the group “The Broadway Kids”. He then became a member of the boy band “Dream Street.”
Founded in 1999, “Dream Street” consisted of Chris, Matt Ballinger, Greg Raposo, Frankie J. Galasso, and Jesse McCartney. Before disbanding in 2002, they dropped several hit songs and two albums.
As a solo act, Chris recorded music and starred in numerous TV shows and movies. “Days Of Our Lives,” “Lucifer,” “Shake It Up,” and “Austin & Ally” featured him in some capacity.
Chris Trousdale reportedly had garnered $500 thousand during his lifetime.
Chris Trousdale Wife, Partner, Gay
At some point in his 20s, Chris Trousdale had come out as gay. Even before his brave decision to come out of the closest, many had assumed Chris as one.
According to comments online, fans of Chris knew about his sexuality from the singer’s “Dream Street” days.
Speaking after the news of his death, YouTuber Matthew Lush confessed that Chris made him realize that he was gay.
For the majority of his life, Chris maintained a low-key dating life. He opted not to flaunt her partner(s) on social media.
Moreover, it seemed as if Chris passed away an unmarried man. As for questions about his wife, he wouldn’t have one because the singer wasn’t straight.
In 2014, Chris gave an interview with makeup artist Anthony Duran standing next to him. Fans assumed Anthony was Chris’s partner at the time.
Last modified: June 4, 2020