Ivan Quashigah, the executive producer and director of “YOLO” and “Things We Do For Love,” has expressed his sorrow over the passing of actor Vincent McCauley.
Quashigah bemoaned McCauley’s passing and the gap it leaves in her current and upcoming projects in a heartfelt Instagram post.
Ivan Quashigah also lamented a squandered chance to speak with McCauley, saying, “Yesterday, I made a mental note to call to discuss the new project and to find out if you were up for it. I failed to call. Hmmm. Just last year we lost your screen cousin in ‘Things We Do For Love’ Marleen (Lois) and your boss in Inspector Bediako – Ekow Blankson. Now you?. Lord teach us how to number our days and to recognize how few they are and help us to spend them as we should.”
Ivan Quashigah expressed profound sorrow and finished by saying, “Your word says in all things we should give thanks but this really, really hurts. Rest in Peace Nephew.”
Following his death on Thursday night, Mr. McCauley left behind a legacy of incredible performances that will always hold a special place in the hearts of his fans.
Vincent McCauley made a significant contribution to Ghana’s film industry by showcasing his talent in films like “Office Palava,” “Games People Play,” “YOLO,” “Fortune Island,” “Living With Trisha: House of Secrets,” and “The Idiot and I.”
Unverified reports claim that the actor’s cause of death was a brain tumor. The woman Vincent McCauley married in 2017 is his only surviving spouse.
Social media users in Ghana are lamenting the sudden passing of adored Things We Do For Love and YOLO series actor Vincent McCauley, who died on Thursday, January 18.
Because of his outstanding performance in the highly regarded television program “Things We Do For Love,” McCauley had become incredibly well-known.
Vincent McCauley will always have a special place in the entertainment industry of Ghana, and his enormous contributions to the worlds of film and television will be warmly remembered.