The actor, known for his role in the BET series "Let’s Stay Together," died of "hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease," a coroner confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday.
His manner death is listed as natural.
The actor was in the middle of a two-week quarantine for an upcoming movie role. At the time of his passing, Belasco Sr. said he believed his son died of an aneurysm. He communicated that again to TMZ this week, claiming the coroner informed the family that his death was the result of an aortic aneurysm.
Back in November, local news outlet ABC 8 News reported the Henrico Police Department responded to a hotel for a medical emergency. Hotel staff said they received a call to check on Belasco when loved ones couldn't reach him. The outlet reports that when first responders arrived, he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Belasco also had roles in "I’m Dying Up Here," "The Mick," "Pitch," "Key and Peele" and "Justified," among others.
According to TMZ, the actor will be acknowledged by his alma mater, Southern Illinois University. The school plans to launch a scholarship fund in his name as well as a theater award. The facility's rehearsal/dance studio is also going to be renamed The Bert Belasco Studio, according to the report.