Bad News Travels Fast
There's nothing more tragic than the untimely death of a rising star who clearly had everything in the world to live for, including a beautiful two-year old daughter. I could go on and on about all the details of his death, but you probably already know it because you either read it on the internet or got a text message from a friend. Of course, Heath was a member of the Myspace generation, so it's not really all that phenomenal that many of his fans, most of whom are twenty-somethings, learned of his death through the wonders of modern technology. No doubt, many Myspace and Facebook pages and groups will now be dedicated to this talented young man and the depths of what could have been will be discussed for generations to come, much like another young talent that left our world all too soon known as James Dean. You probably already know who he is, but if you don't, you can surely Google him. After the shock and possible scandal of Heath's death finally wears off, I hope he will be remembered for his memorable performances in the many films he made in the very short time he dwelled among the living and in the face of his beautiful daughter and may he finally rest in peace.