Luke Perry’s son Jack has revealed he got ’emotional’ while watching his late dad’s last performance in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
The Riverdale star died suddenly earlier this year after suffering from a ‘massive stroke’ at the age of 52.
And Luke’s wrestler son, 22, said that he was ‘very proud’ of his father’s final movie, while chatting to Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday.
Jack added: ‘The thing that I’m most proud of about my dad, always, is that he was a really good guy.’
It comes after Jack scaled a Once Upon A Time In Hollywood billboard to pay tribute to Luke ahead of the film’s premiere.
Perry, who Riverdale is dedicating an episode to, had completed all of his scenes as Scott Lancer for the Quentin Tarantino hit before his tragic death in March.
Jack shared a snap of himself sitting on top of the billboard and wrote: ‘Big premiere tonight.
‘He deserved this, and I’m very proud of it. A stud in life, and forever after. The best of the best. Love you forever.’
The film stars the likes of Brad Pitt playing Cliff Booth, and Leonardo DiCaprio as Rick Dalton, as well as Margot Robbie who will portray Sharon Tate.
Timothy Olyphant is also part of the A-list cast, and will be playing the role of James Stacy.
He recently spoke about working alongside Luke and praised his co-star in an interview with Variety.
The 51-year-old told the publication: ‘What a lovely guy. I’m going to miss him at that premiere.
‘I haven’t met anyone who’s ever said a bad thing about the guy, and that was my experience hanging out with him and working with him.’
He added: ‘He was the best kind of actor. He was a craftsman. He was all about the work. No bulls**t. He showed up early and did his work, and we spent most of our time talking about our families and just enjoying the job.’
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