The family claimed in a statement that Roth “passed peacefully in the arms of his family who loved and admired him” on Oct. 16. They added that “he retained his wicked wit and humor” until the very end.
The family remarked, “When we remember about that wonderful kid throughout the 25 years and 10 months that we knew him, the pain comes in waves, as do the tears and joy.” “a great youngster who is unstoppable, joyous, wild, and full of energy. A guy, just lately. I adore him. He is someone we will always have with us.”
Roth, a Bennington College alum, worked as a producer, musician, and songwriter. In November 2021, he received a stage 3 germ cell cancer diagnosis, which he disclosed on his Instagram account.
It has taken away my confidence, 60 pounds of weight, and half of my hearing, and it will continue on its deadly course until I can figure out a method to halt it and kill it, the guy wrote. “However, it hasn’t diminished my will to live or my enthusiasm for creating music. I haven’t yet been overcome by it.”
He urged everyone to see their physicians.
He thanked his fans for their support and advised them to “simply dig your teeth in and realize that life is fleeting” in his farewell Instagram post from August.
In the video clip, he advised viewers to “be an unmistakable force that lives and breathes” since choosing your future and destiny aren’t always options. “That thing you say you live and are and really do.”
In movies like “Reservoir Dogs,” “Pulp Fiction,” and “The Incredible Hulk,” his father plays the lead role.
Hunter Roth, his brother, and Cormac Roth’s parents, Tim and Nikki Roth, all still alive.