A TEEN indication who starred in an advert with Naomi Campbell was found passed just days before trying to stand Mount Everest and mangle a universe record.
Alasdair Russell died in “tragic circumstances” two weeks before he was due to try to turn the youngest person to finish the fastest stand of the world’s top mountain.
The 19-year-old from Kent was an achieved indication on both sides of the Atlantic and had ambitions to be an actor after enrolling on a cinematography grade at an American university.
His physique was found nearby Miami, Florida, progressing this month and American police were currently questioning his comfortless death.
He had already broken girl mountaineering records, having climbed Aconcagua and Alpamayo peaks in South America and was due to start his plea in Nepal this week.
His sister Lindsay Russell, whose JustGiving page in his memory had already lifted some-more than $3,000 for Orchid Cancer, said: “On Saturday Apr 1 due to comfortless resources my family lost 19-year-old Alasdair.
“He was funny, smart and pleasing and meant good understanding to anyone who knew him.
“He had already climbed two plateau with 7,000m peaks including Aconcagua and Alpamayo starting at the age of 14 to lift recognition for male cancer as this was a means very close to his heart.
“Later on this month, he had designed to stand Mount Everest and he would’ve been the youngest British male to ever do a fast ascent.
“My family and we are beholden for any donations you can give to go towards a means that meant so much to Alasdair and to the family.”
Broward sheriff’s bureau reliable that an review was underway after his physique was found in Boca Raton, Florida, where his mom had changed last year.
The gifted rower left the UK on finishing his A-levels at Tonbridge School in Kent last summer and was in his first year of a cinematography grade at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
An achieved model, having already starred in a radio adverting campaign for GAP with supermodel Naomi Campbell, he was represented by agents DT Model Management who described him as a “beautiful soul”.
In a intense reverence to the teenager, who was booked for Esprit Campaign, GQ Magazine, the group described him as a “little Hugh Grant”
“In amatory memory of Alasdair Russell – a pleasing essence left distant too soon,” they pronounced in a statement. “We only knew you a brief time, but we will never forget the day you came into the agency.
“When Ricardo scouted you and brought you into the office, we all concluded to sign you at first sight. You were handsome, charismatic, fearless, and full of spunk.
“You reminded us of a little Hugh Grant with your desirable demeanour. You always done us giggle whenever David would ask you to contend ‘I’m Bond, James Bond,’ in your lovable British accent.
“As a college freshmen, your life was extravagantly bustling with classes, companionship events, and modelling. You managed to change it all.
“We had always suspicion you were correct over your years. You were so organized and so ambitious. You never complained once about any test shoot, casting, or pursuit we sent you on.
“We trust your persistence for life and journey is what drew us all to you. You were always certain and extemporaneous which transcended into your modelling career.
“You were booked for the Esprit Campaign, GQ Magazine, and shot the GAP blurb with Naomi Campbell all in reduction than a year.
“Every time you got a booking, you would appreciate us all and tell us how much you appreciated us as your agents.
“Even on the last day we spoke to you, you pronounced ‘Thank you – you meant so much to me’.
“We wish you know how desired and worshiped you were and still are. Your gallantry towards life was so inspiring.
“We know your latest idea was to stand Mount Everest and that somewhere you are movement that towering with that signature witty laugh on your face.
“We will skip you so much Alasdair. You are irreplaceable and someone we will hold dear to the hearts forever. Rest in peace, the dear friend.”
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