‘Sons of Anarchy’ star Ron Perlman posted messages to his late friend, Anthony Bourdain, near what would have been Bourdain’s 63rd birthday.
Anthony Bourdain was a world-class chef, author and TV personality who starred in culinary travel series like “No Reservations,” “The Layover” and “Parts Unknown.”
June 25 is Anthony Bourdain’s birthday. His friends and fans are reflecting on what they learned from the globe-trotting adventure and TV star #BourdainDay. https://t.co/Tu3fuBzWsj pic.twitter.com/8JenHPxoVn
— CNN (@CNN) June 25, 2019
Perlman posted a picture of him with his friend, wishing him a happy birthday.
Besides Perlman, public figures like former U.S. President Barack Obama, astronaut Scott Kelly and chef Gordon Ramsay counted Bourdain as a friend.
Bourdain killed himself on June 8, 2018, in a hotel room in France.
Bourdain’s death sent shockwaves throughout the world, with many celebrity chefs remarking on the impact of his writings and culinary documentaries.
Perlman also posted a photo of Bourdain, with a touching message: “I miss you every day dear friend. And some days more than others.”
He’s certainly not alone in that sentiment.