What type of cancer did Willie Garson have?

WILLIE Garson was most famously known as an American actor.

It was announced on September 21, 2021 that Garson had passed away at the age of 57.

What type of cancer did Willie Garson have?

Born February 20, 1964, Garson was most famously known for his work on Hawaii Five-0, Sex and the City and White Collar.

TMZ first reported the news of his death on Tuesday after Bosch actor Titus Welliver revealed the news on Twitter.

"There are no words. I love you dead brother. We are fewer," Welliver said on Twitter alongside a picture of Garson.

While his death has been confirmed, the cause has not been revealed yet but it is being reported that it is related to a secret cancer battle.

It is unknown at this time what type of cancer Garson had.

What have people said about Willie Garson's death?

After TMZ first broke the story, many flooded Twitter with tributes for the late actor.

Actress Joely Fisher said "Rest easy sweet @WillieGarson …I am so glad I told you I adored you before you left #rip" while Dulé Hill added, "This is heartbreaking. Love you @WillieGarson. You will be sorely missed #RIP#WillieGarson."

Another fan added: "I am devastated to hear that Willie Garson has died from Cancer. White Collar was an under-appreciated show and he plays such wonderful characters. This last tweet from him says so much."

Does Willie Garson have children?

While Garson was never married, in 2009, he adopted his son Nathan, 19, when he was only seven and a half.

Following the news of his father's death, the teen posted a heartbreaking tribute on Instagram, calling him "the toughest and funniest and smartest person I've known."

Nathan said: "I love you so much papa. Rest In Peace and I'm so glad you got to share all your adventures with me and were able to accomplish so much, I'm so proud of you.

"I will always love you, but I think it's time for you to go on an adventure of your own," Nathen continued. "You'll always be with me. Love you more than you will ever know and I'm glad you can be at peace now. You always were the toughest and funniest and smartest person I've known. I'm glad you shared your love with me. I'll never forget it or lose it ❤️😘"

Back in 2020, Garson opened up to Authority Magazine about his road to fatherhood and revealed how it changed him.

Garson said: "As a narcissist actor, and I was the definition, I immediately became responsible for taking care of someone else. It is a really, special feeling to say that. It is such an important job and makes you grow in so many different ways. Being a dad comes with having so many special feelings. I was in my mid-40’s and I was so bored with myself. When Nathen came into my life I was not bored anymore.

"I had someone to take care of and focus on. I gave someone a childhood who did not really have a real one. Not only did I get to give him a childhood but guess what? I got to get another one too, which is a great thing because my parents were not child friendly.

Outside of acting, Garson was also a known adoption advocate and started the You Gotta Believe foundation with a goal "to find youth permanent families so that they have the support system they need to live safely and to their highest potential."

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