Sandra Bullock Called Late Boyfriend Bryan Randall The ‘Right Human Being’ To Build A Life With

After secretly battling a debilitating disease for years, Sandra Bullock’s long-time partner and love of her life, Bryan Randall, passed in August 2023. According to a statement from his family, Randall’s health condition had been kept private as per his request.

Bullock has been a working actress in the entertainment industry since the late 1980s and has also worked as a producer during her impressive and long-lasting career. She is an eclectic actress and doesn’t fit into just one genre since her talents are unique and diverse. From suspenseful thrillers to romantic comedies, Bullock has starred in a wide variety of films and television shows. Some of her most notable films include “Miss Congeniality,” “The Lake House” and “Bird Box.”

Although she had plenty of on-screen partners, Bullock remained in love with Randall for many years. Bullock’s relationship with former model Randall was quite the love story, as the actress has given insight into their romance in the last couple of years. After a messy divorce with Jesse James that ended in 2010, Bullock met Randall when she hired him to take photos of Louis’ 5th birthday back in 2015. Their relationship blossomed, and he became her boyfriend.

Aside from being a great father figure to her kids, Randall also proved to be a very loving and protective partner as he fended off the paparazzi and detractors of her wife as they put her in uncomfortable situations. Bullock has spoken fondly of Randall and their relationship on multiple occasions, as their partnership meant so much more even though they’re not legally married.

Keep on reading to know more about Bullock and Randall’s relationship and details about his death.

Sandra Bullock Called Late Boyfriend Bryan Randall The ‘Right Human Being’ To Build A Life WithSandra Bullock (2018), (Vera Anderson/WireImage via Getty Images)

In a statement given to People Magazine from Randall’s family, it was revealed that he passed away on Aug. 5, 2023, after a long battle with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) after a three-year battle with the disease.

“Bryan chose early to keep his journey with ALS private and those of us who cared for him did our best to honor his request,” the statement read. “We are immensely grateful to the tireless doctors who navigated the landscape of this illness with us and to the astounding nurses who became our roommates, often sacrificing their own families to be with ours.”

Randall’s family has since asked for privacy to grieve and come to terms with the impossible task of saying goodbye to him.

According to the National Health Institute, ALS is a rare neurological disease that affects motor neurons. As these neurons degenerate and die, they fail to transmit messages to the muscles, which causes them to weaken, start to twitch and waste away. To date, the illness has no cure and no effective treatment to reverse its progression.

According to the ALS Association, the average life expectancy of a person living with ALS is about five years from the diagnosis, while some people can live with the disease for over five years.

Randall is survived by Bullock, his longtime partner of eight years, and her son Louis, 13, and Laila, 10, who have treated him as a father figure for years. He also has a child from a previous relationship. As of the time of writing, Bullock has not yet released a statement on her partner’s saddening death.

According to People Magazine, Randall’s family asked for donations to be made to the ALS Association and the Massachusetts General Hospital in lieu of flowers.

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