Ceaselessly in his coronary heart. Matt Bomer paid tribute to his former White Collar costar Willie Garson on the one-year anniversary of his loss of life.
“I miss this man. Quite a bit,” the 44-year-old actor wrote via Instagram on Wednesday, September 21. “Love you all the time Willie.”
The Magic Mike star shared a collection of photographs from his time engaged on White Collar with Garson. The duo performed Neal Caffrey and Mozzie, respectively, on the USA community collection from 2009 to 2014.
“He was an incredible actor and also you two was one in all my fave friendships on television 😍😢,” one fan wrote in response to Bomer’s heartfelt message.
One other fan commented, “These pics carry again fantastic recollections of seeing you each on display screen collectively. Nonetheless my fave TV collection of all time.”
Garson died on September 21, 2021, on the age of 57, after a secret battle with pancreatic most cancers.
On Wednesday, the late actor’s son, Nathen, penned his personal message to his father, sharing a couple of snaps of their lives collectively.
“Wow. I can’t imagine it’s already been a 12 months since this stunning bald man that I can proudly name my dad handed away. In addition to his head, I believe I miss his snigger and smile essentially the most,” he wrote via Instagram. “As a result of I knew that every time he was laughing, he wasn’t the one one laughing. He had a present of with the ability to speak to actually anybody he got here into contact with and make them both snigger or awkwardly smile from a joke he had in all probability simply informed them.”
Nathen, whom Garson adopted in 2010, confessed: “He wasn’t simply my father, he was my finest buddy and a mentor earlier than I even knew what that was. He impressed me once I was youthful to be higher than I ever thought I might and due to that I attempt to all the time do higher. I’d not be the place I’m as we speak if not for him. I wouldn’t be who I’m if not for him.”
The 21-year-old reminded his followers that “life comes and goes approach too fast,” earlier than asking them to “cherish everybody and say hello to a stranger each occasionally since you by no means know when you could possibly meet your subsequent finest buddy.” He added, “That’s how my dad met me. Thanks for all the teachings dad ❤️.”
Bomer was fast to answer the touching put up, replying, “Nathen that is stunning. I miss him so a lot. He might make me snigger and really feel seen in a approach that nobody else might. I do know he’s so pleased with the younger man you could have grow to be. Sending you a lot of ❤️ as we speak.”
Garson’s Intercourse and the Metropolis costar Kristin Davis additionally despatched Nathen a message of help on the Faculty of Wooster scholar’s exhausting day, writing, “Oh Nathen sending you all of our love! We’re all going to be collectively as we speak and that i really feel him right here with us. Considering of the entire jokes he made the final time we did all of these items collectively . Thanks for this ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
Davis — who performed Charlotte York alongside Garson’s Stanford Blatch on the HBO collection and its 2021 spinoff And Simply Like That — reposted Nathen’s message on her personal social media account on Wednesday as nicely.
“We are going to miss @Willie.Garson. Particularly as we speak,” the 57-year-old actress added through her Instagram Story. “Love you @Nathen_Garson.”