The history-making actor Kyle Jean-Baptiste was only 21 when he died from a tragic fall from his mom's fire escape. He was a Broadway actor who had huge potential after getting a leading role in Les Miserables. He was the first African American to ever play the role of Jean Valjean on Broadway and, at 21, he was the youngest actor to play the role. He also played the role of Constable Courfeyrac in Les Mis. His last performance with Les Miserables was slated for August 6. Click through the gallery to see more photos of Kyle.