(FreedomBeacon.com)- Charlbi Dean, the star of Triangle of Sadness, died Monday in New York City at the age of 32 from “an unexpected abrupt illness,” according to Deadline.
The South African model and actress, who had a breakthrough part in the 2022 film Triangle of Sadness, was also noted for her portrayal as Syonide, a recurring character on the CW’s DC Comics-based series Black Lightning.
Triangle of Sadness, a film about a cruise for the super-rich drowning and leaving survivors stuck on an island, is an official selection of the upcoming Toronto Film Festival, according to the IMDb website.
Reports show the film has been chosen for the 2022 New York Film Festival and will be released in theaters in the United States on October 7. Dean portrayed model Yaya, one of the wealthy passengers on the cruise, which is being piloted by an insane captain, portrayed by Woody Harrelson.
Dean was born in Cape Town, South Africa, on February 5, 1990, and began modeling at the age of six. She first appeared on television in the 2010 South African boarding school comedy Spud. As a model, she covered the South African versions of GQ and Elle in December 2008 and July 2010, respectively.
According to reports, her brother, Alex Jacobs, has denied that her death was caused by the COVID-19 vaccination, as previously reported.
Jacobs explained that his sister had a headache, and she went to sleep. When she woke up, she asked her fiancé, model Luke Volker, to drive her to the emergency room.
Jacobs claims it is not clear what occurred. There is an autopsy being performed, which will take some time, but Jacobs learned she had a viral infection in her lungs.
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