‘Carrie’ actress Samantha Weinstein has died at the age of 28

Samantha Weinstein Actress, musical artist and voice actress best known for her role as Heather Cherry In a new edition ofcurryin 2013, as well as for giving the voice of the character Chiku in the animated children’s series Babar and the Adventures of Badou, at the age of 28. The young woman has been active in the audiovisual industry since she was six years old.

Weinstein has been battling ovarian cancer for two years. And the actress’s family announced, through her official personal account on Instagram, her death with a message. Hello from the other side. Sam passed away on May 14th at 11:25 am. And he was surrounded by loved ones at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto.”

After two and a half years of cancer treatment and a life of luxury around the world, she gave voice to a group of animals from around the world Cartoonmaking music and knowing more about life than most people do, he embarks on his next adventure.”

Already in January 2021, Weinstein made it explicitly clear through his social networks that he had to undergo emergency surgery for rare ovarian cancer. Since then, the actress has been trying to recover, and regularly gives updates on her progress.

Born in Toronto in 1995, Weinstein began her acting career at just six years old. His childhood roles include appearances in series such as The Red Green Show, 72 Hours: True Crime, or At the Hotel, as well as in films such as Sibling’s, The Stone Angel, or the short film Big Girl. which he won ACTRA Award for Best Actress in 2006, being the youngest person in history to achieve this.

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His first big role came in 2012, when he starred in the movie ”.Jesus Henry ChristA year later he was working on his most memorable project, the “reboot” of “Carrie,” directed by Kimberly Pierce in which he played Heather.

Soon, she began her career as a dubbing actress, with whom I worked on a large number of films and animated series, among them, in addition to the aforementioned “Babar and the Adventures of Badoo” projects, such as “Gerald McBoing Boing and Frankie Ozo Choo Petes” or “DN Ace” or “Dino Ranch”. Outside of acting, Weinstein was also a singer and guitarist for the group Killer Virgins.

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