Landon Clifford, who is best known for his viral videos on the Cam & Fam YouTube channel, is dead. Landon’s wife, Camryn Clifford, who he shared two daughters with, confirmed the 19-year-old’s death on Aug. 21 with a heartbreaking message on Instagram. In her post, she revealed that Landon had actually passed away two days earlier (on Aug. 19) after spending six days in a coma.
“He was an amazing husband and the best father those girls could of ever asked for,” she wrote. “It saddens me deeply that they will never get to truly know him. He was so young and had so much more life to live. This isn’t how things were supposed to go. He was meant to make it to his next birthday. He was meant to walk his daughters down the [aisle]. He was meant to die old with me. Words cannot come close to describe the pain I feel. All I can do now is make sure our girls know how much he loved us.” Here’s more to know about Landon:
1. He was a loving husband and father. Camryn and Landon became teen parents when their daughter, Collette, was born in 2018. The pair tied the knot one year later in 2019, then had their daughter, Delilah, in May 2020. Delilah was just three months old at the time of Landon’s death.
2. How long has he been with Camryn? Landon and Camryn first started dating in 2015. They attended a homecoming dance together that year.
3. His YouTube channel had more than 1 million subscribers when he died. Camryn created her YouTube channel under the username ‘CoolCam1009’ in 2010. When she got pregnant with her first child at just 16 years old in 2017, she changed the focus of her account to be about her young family (Cam & Fam). Landon joined in to help her run the account, which has amassed more than 1 million subscribers as of press time.
4. What kind of videos did he post? Landon and Camryn’s videos were mostly about raising their daughters, as well as what Camryn went through during her pregnancies.
5. His organs were donated after his death. In her Instagram tribute, Camryn revealed that Landon’s organs were donated after he died. “He died saving the lives of others,” she wrote. “That’s the type of person he was. Compassionate, loving, thoughtful, kind and gentle.”