South African Actress Charlbi Dean died on Monday at the age o 32. She was famous actress. She died by a sudden and unexpected illness.
Charlbi Dean Kriek was a South African actress and model. She was best known for her roles in the Spud films as well as the superhero drama series Black Lightning.
The South African born actress was active on her social media, with her final post shared several days ago. Dean posted a series of professional modeling pictures on Instagram.
What Happened With Charlbi Dean?
Dean died on Monday after an unexpected, sudden illness, a representative for the South African actress and model told Tech stories. Although a source informs us Dean passed away in a hospital in NYC, we are still unsure of the disease she was battling.
Her most significant part to date has just been cast for Dean in “Triangle of Sadness.” Although it hasn’t yet opened in theatres, it made an impression at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Palme d’Or.
Tributes poured in immediately from fans in the comment section. One commenter wrote, “Rest in Peace beautiful. You didn’t know me but you were my big role model. Thank you for inspiring me.”
How Did Charlbi Dean Die?
The terrible passing of the brunette beauty occurred four months after she engaged to Luke Chase Volker, her partner of four years, on the same Manhattan street where they had their first kiss.
In addition to her birthplace of Cape Town, where she and the 26-year-old South African model were raising their pet, Kanicki Deathbat Dean, Charlbi also had residences in New York City and the Hollywood Hills.
Her loving parents, Johan and Joanne Kriek, as well as her brother Alexi Jacobs Kriek, also survive Dean. So far there is no official information on how the actress died.
Earlier this month, Dean posted a trailer for Triangle of Sadness, which is set for release in the U.S. on Oct. 7.
Dean plays model Yaya, a rich guest invited for a luxury cruise on a superyacht, but things go very wrong. The movie premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May.