- “Designated Survivor” cast gathers for memorial to honor late co-star Adan Canto who passed away from appendiceal cancer at 42.
- Maggie Q and LaMonica Garrett share emotional photos from the memorial, expressing sadness and celebrating Adan’s life.
- Tributes pour in from family, colleagues, and friends after Adan’s death, highlighting his successful career beyond “Designated Survivor.”
- ‘Designated Survivor’ Cast Reunites to Remember Late Costar Adan Canto in Touching Photo (newsbreak.com)
The cast of “Designated Survivor” gathered for a memorial to remember their late co-star, Adan Canto, who passed away from appendiceal cancer at the age of 42. Kiefer Sutherland, Maggie Q, Kal Penn, and more attended the event, which took place at a theater in Clear Lake, Iowa. The theater marquee displayed a message honoring Adan’s memory. Adan’s wife, Stephanie Canto, and their children, Roman Alder and Eve Josephine, survive him.
Maggie Q and LaMonica Garrett shared a photo from the memorial on Instagram. Maggie’s caption expressed her sadness at saying goodbye to Adan, while LaMonica mentioned how the gathering was both a celebration of life and a chance to mourn a great human being.
Adan’s death was announced on January 9, with tributes pouring in from his family, colleagues, friends, and fans on social media. The “Designated Survivor” cast and crew, as well as other former co-stars like Oliver Hudson, Halle Berry, and Sean Lew, all shared their condolences.
Apart from “Designated Survivor,” Adan had a successful acting career, appearing in other television series and movies. His most recent role was in the Fox drama “The Cleaning Lady.” He had planned to continue appearing in the show’s third season, but his health declined.
Adan is survived by his wife Stephanie and their two children, Roman Alder and Eve Josephine.