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Angus Cloud Has Stolen Our Hearts

Let’s Talk About the New White Boy of the Month

CREDIT: Instagram/@anguscloud


By now, we’re sure you’ve heard of our beloved Angus Cloud. Cloud, who plays Fezco in the crazy-popular TV show “Euphoria”, has us all swooning.

His soft-hearted, nonchalant demeanor makes him extremely endearing, and he’s sexy…there, we said it.

Fezco, lovingly known as Fez, is everyone’s favorite character on “Euphoria.” We’re all anxiously waiting to see what his fate is in the final episode of the season, which premieres on Sunday, February 27. Fez is known for funny one-liners, the drawl in his voice and his friendship with Rue, the main character of the show who is played by Zendaya.

Cloud is a Bay Area native and was born in Oakland, California; he and Fez actually have California in common. But when he was casted for the show, he was actually living in Brooklyn and working at a chicken and waffles restaurant. A casting agent saw him walking down the streets of Manhattan and asked for his phone number. He auditioned and soon enough, he was on a flight back to his home state to shoot “Euphoria” in Los Angeles.

Cloud’s sense of humor has also won him millions of new followers on Twitter. Every Sunday when a new episode of "Euphoria" premieres, he tweets along with it. He frequently jokes that his manager makes him delete all of his tweets in the morning.

CREDIT: Twitter/@anguscloud

Everyone has their eyes on Cloud. He has been plunged into the spotlight, making appearances at New York Fashion Week and doing brand deals with Ralph Lauren. He’s hot, charismatic and talented, and we can’t wait to see what he gets up to next. We’re big Angus Cloud stans over here.


Daniella Conde is an Online Writer at Rowdy Magazine. When she's not lost in productivity while sipping on an overpriced caffeinated beverage at a coffee shop, you can find her binge-reading romance novels, obsessing over Taylor Swift Easter eggs or finding any possible way to flee Gainesville for the weekend.


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