John Singleton's Son to Allegedly Make TV Debut in 'Snowfall' Season Finale Tribute

John Singleton's son, Seven will reportedly be appearing on his series, "Snowfall" in fulfillment of the late director's wish. The 1-year-old's cameo will be part of the series finale writers rewrote to pay tribute to his father. 

As a fitting tribute to late director John Singleton, writers of his show, “Snowfall” planned the sweetest farewell for him. His youngest son will be featured on an episode of the series.

A SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO THE LATE DIRECTOR

Many were caught by surprise when Singleton died two months ago. He was 51 years old and in the middle of filming the FX show he co-created. This prompted his cast and crew to devote an episode to him in the best way they knew how. By fulfilling his dream of featuring his youngest son, Seven Singleton on the show. 

Seven often accompanied his father on the set and is no stranger to the cast and crew.

According to TMZ, in the aftermath of Singleton’s death, writers of the show scrambled to recreate its third season finale in order to honor him. The episode will feature the story of a young Singleton before he achieved stardom with his 1991 breakthrough film, “Boyz In The Hood.” 

THE FULFILLMENT OF HIS WISH

As a special treat, Singleton’s son, Seven will be making a cameo on the show’s 10th episode. It is a salute to the director’s wish of having his 1-year-old on the show. 

Sources reveal Singleton expressed interest to feature his boy in the show in the future.

Seven often accompanied his father on the set and is no stranger to the cast and crew. Photos during the filming of his cameo revealed he blended well with his father’s peers. 

Sources reveal Singleton expressed interest to feature his boy in the show in the future. He would have been proud to see this dream come to fruition. 

Season 3 of “Snowfall” is set to premiere on July 10 but fans won’t be seeing Seven until September 11. 

SINGLETON'S DEATH

Singleton died on April 29  His death certificate revealed he suffered from an acute ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, and hypertension. The director had just come from a vacation when he suffered a stroke on April 17. He was in a coma for days until his family decided to remove him from life support. He is survived by his seven children.