Edward James Olmos ‏Mourns the Death Of His Mother in Touching Tribute

Edward James Olmos can be in mourning.

The celebrated actor shared a heartfelt tribute to his late mother on Tuesday, revealing the news of her passing in addition to memorializing her life.

“that will’s taken me seven days to post This kind of photo with This kind of tweet because my heart hurt,” Olmos, 71, wrote, alongside a beaming photo of himself in addition to his mom, Eleanor. “My mother passed a week ago in addition to This kind of extraordinary lady will be missed by her 7 children, 24 grandchildren, in addition to 22 great grandchildren.”

“She was 92 years young,” the grieving actor in addition to loving son continued in his emotional caption. “What an amazing life she gave us!!”

After sharing the touching tribute, the Mayans M.C. star was met having a love in addition to condolences through his fans, fellow members of the show business community, in addition to several his TV co-stars, who reached out to share their support.

Mayans M.C.‘s Raoul Max Trujillo tweeted, “My condolences Eddie..  sending u all the love in addition to blessings for ur loss. Just spent the day with my 91 year old mom..  every Tuesday when I’m here at home. I feel ur loss hermano.”

Another actor through the hit FX drama, Danny Pino, shared some kind words in a message, written in Spanish, that will translates, “Wishing you comfort, sending you love in addition to a big hug, my friend. through the Pino Family to the Olmos family.”

Star Trek: The Next Generation star LeVar Burton also replied to Olmos’ post, sharing, “May you in addition to your family go in grace in addition to goodness inside the wake of one so great in addition to gracious!”

Supernatural actor Mark Sheppard added his condolences as well, writing, “All my love. Xoxox,” while Stranger Things star Sean Astin replied, “Our family sends you much much love!!!”

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