Close Friends And Co-Stars Honor Cory Monteith Ten Years After His Death

It has been ten years since, Glee actor, Cory Monteith passed away, and those close to him are taking to social media to speak about their experiences with the actor.

‘Glee’ Death

Ten years ago actor, Cory Monteith died of an overdose at 31 years old. He is most known for playing Finn Hudson on the hit television series ‘Glee‘. His ‘Glee’ co-stars are honoring him on social media during this tragic milestone.

Chord Overstreet posted an instagram reel featuring fifty-five seconds of an original song he wrote for Cory. In his caption he said: “10 years ago today I lost one of my best friends. Feels like forever ago and at the same time it feels like it was just yesterday. I still struggle to process all of this some days, but Music has definitely helped me heal and deal with a lot of these emotions when they come up. We all miss and love you Cory.”

Jane Lynch commented on the post saying, “The good always go too soon. Yes. ♥️ Beautiful, Chord.”

Another co-star, Max Adler, also commented, simply typing three hearts “♥️ ♥️ ♥️”.

Monteith’s girlfriend, and ‘Glee’ love interest, Lea Michele also payed tribute to him on her instagram saying, “Hey you. 10 years. It feels like only yesterday that you were here and yet a million years ago all at the same time. I hold all of our memories in my heart where they will stay safe and never forgotten. We miss you every day and will never forget the light you to brought to us all. I miss you big guy. I hope you found Taylor up there and are playing the drums together.”

A black and white photo of Lea Michelle cuddled up against Cory Monteith.

Credit: Lea Michele / Instagram

Guest star, John Stamos, left his own message on Lea’s post, expressing his condolences and grief, and also referencing his past struggles with addiction. He wrote, “Such a tragic loss of such a good human. Fucking addiction man. If anyone out there is suffering from this horrible disease, check out AA. Saved my life. Xo”.

If you, or someone you know, are suffering from addiction please contact the free, confidential, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration crisis helpline by calling 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or texting 988.

Published by HOLR Magazine