James Cooper Cause Of Death
What happened with James Cooper?
James Cooper has unexpectedly passed away. He suddenly collapsed while in San Pablo Cathedral for a Santacruzan.
He was taken to the hospital after collapsing. But sadly he can’t make to the hospital. He died in road to the hospital. Although he was an influential figure in the local makeup art industry in the Philippines and will always be remembered.
That’s all we can know about the death. His family has not mentioned further details about it. But more somethings you should know about the death. So please read the write shows below.
James Cooper life details
James Cooper was a great makeup artist. He had makeup many celebrity. James rose to prominence in the 1970s as a makeup artist for celebrities such as Farrah Fawcett-Majors, Victoria Principal, and Jamie Lee Curtis.
He also assisted in creating Fawcett’s makeup and hairdo for the iconic poster for the hit television series “Charlie’s Angels.”In the 1980s, he returned to the Philippines, established his salon chain, and became the first to introduce makeup in the Philippines.
What does say people & his family members about him and his death?
Diamond Star Maricel Soriano and her niece, actress Meryll Soriano paid tribute to him. Maricel posted a compilation video of their photos via her Instagram page and expressed her love for him as she has worked by his side for several years.
She also expressed her gratitude towards him for treating her like his own daughter and called him her ‘Mother Goose.’ Meryll also posted an emotional message on her social media handle, remembering him for his kindness and generosity and saying he would always have a special place in her heart.
He had worked with several Hollywood actors during his career, and he was the first Filipino who introduced airbrush makeup in the Philippines, as per Entertainment Inquirer.
He also designed the looks of prominent Filipina actors and actresses, including Maricel Soriano, Alice Dixson, Dawn Zulueta, Sharon Cuneta, and Lorna Tolentino.