Heidi Hamilton discusses Disney star Cameron Boyce death and newly divorced MacKenzie Bezos dating

Disney star Cameron Boyce, who died in his sleep Saturday, suffered from epilepsy

Cameron, who starred in "Descendents" and "Grown Ups," suffered a fatal seizure. We're told his roommate found him unresponsive and when paramedics arrived they could not revive him. He was pronounced dead at the scene, TMZ reported.

Cameron had been dealing with seizures triggered by his epilepsy. Nonetheless, he was able to work and achieve greatness ... in both TV and movies.

Law enforcement sources say they have characterized it as a "natural death." As bizarre as it sounds -- a 20-year-old dying of a seizure -- the term "natural" refers to conditions in the body which result in death.

Cameron was a working actor since age 11, when he first appeared on the Disney Channel. His credits include "Shake it Up," "Austin and Ally" and "Good Luck Charlie." His breakout role was playing Luke on "Jessie," which ran for 4 seasons.

Cameron's family said, "The world is now undoubtedly without one of its brightest lights, but his spirit will live on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him."

Newly divorced MacKenzie Bezos is being bombarded by dating proposals online

Luckless Lotharios are bombarding MacKenzie Bezos with online please-date-me missives after her split with husband Jeff became official Saturday, leaving her with $38 billion but no one to share it with.
"Now you are the hottest MILF I have ever imagined!!," blurted Twitter cad Don Palovitz Saturday in the comments section of MacKenzie's April tweet announcing her divorce.

He was not the only Don Juan hoping to woo the world's 22nd richest person.

"Hey @mackenziebezos! Any plans for the weekend?" asked another ladies man, who identified himself only as MagnumPlo. "Give me a call and we can meet up someplace."

The outpouring followed a judge in Washington State signing off on the end of MacKenzie's 26-year marriage to Jeff Bezos, who has earned an estimated $275 million per day this year.
The deal gives MacKenzie 19.7 million shares of Amazon.com -- and a warehouse of same-day admirers.

MacKenzie, who married Jeff Bezos in 1993, had no prenuptial agreement with the billionaire and could potentially have been entitled to half his fortune, estimated by Bloomberg (after accounting for her payout) to still be more than $121 billion.