‘Euphoria’s Angus Cloud Shares The Terrifying Story Behind His Head Scar

Elation star Angus Cloud retold to the story behind the twisted scar that runs along the left 50% of his scalp, an actual issue that almost killed him before his business even began. The 24-year-old performer quit fooling around with the harrowing injury in the 2022 Power of Young Hollywood issue of VARIETY.

“It’s authentic,” he told the power source. “I broke my skull on Friday the thirteenth.” In 2013, Cloud was walking around a faintly lit street in his old neighborhood of downtown Oakland when he fell into an improvement pit under.


“I got up 12 hours sometime later at the base,” he said. “I was gotten. I finally moved out later – – I have no clue about how long. It was hella hard to move out, in light of the fact that my skull was broken, yet my skin wasn’t, so all the depleting was inward, pressing toward my frontal cortex. In any case, they won’t find me down there. I found myself. On the other hand God found me, anything you want to call it.”

He pulled himself into a more solid spot – – something like 10 feet by his evaluation – – with broken fingers, hazy vision, and inside depleting around his skull. “Nevertheless, I didn’t have no issue,” he said. “I was in perseverance mode, you feel me?”

Upon his break, Cloud brought the vehicle to his mom’s back’s home. “Since I was a youth!” he said. “I was 14 or 15. She thought I was on drugs, on the grounds that my understudies was hella enlarged. I was endeavoring to tell her what happened, but I could start a sentence – – I couldn’t finish it. So I was like, ‘I’m going to go rest in my bed.'”

His mom, pushed for his prosperity, wouldn’t allow him to rest and took him to the center where the clinical gathering in the long run saved his life. “That is what the scar’s from,” Cloud got a handle on. “They cut my head open, they put a couple of screws and a plate over where I broke my skull and – – sh**, repaired me back, and that was that.”

Cloud was firmly lucky. These days, the disaster is only a memory, the vitally unmistakable damage being a minor change in his voice’s beat. “I mix the front of single word in with the back of the accompanying,” he figured out. “I’ll write scrabble two words together. Mix match.”

Anyway for the most part alluded to for his occupation as Fezco in Euphoria, Cloud is similarly highlighting in Ethan Berger’s approaching spine chiller, The Line. The film, co-created by Berger and Alex Russek, was portrayed by Deadline as “a progressing roller coaster at a school that epitomizes the wild energy of being energetic and the dangers of living unafraid of results.”