CHARLBI DEAN DIES AT 32

CHARLBI DEAN DIES AT 32

CHARLBI DEAN DIES AT 32

Charlbi Dean, a promising young South African actor who recently played during this year’s Golden Palme winner “Triangle of Sadness”, died in New York of an unexpected disease on Monday. She was 32 years old.

Dean also appeared in the DC Comics series “Black Lightning” on CW. He played a very skilled Assassin Syonide in nine episodes for two seasons.

Charlbi started her career with the South African film “Spud” in 2010 and returned in the sequel in 2013 “Spud 2: Madness continues.”

“Triangle of Sadness”, a dark satirical comedy produced by Ruben Östlund, marked his first major film. Dean was the co-leader, opposite Harris Dickinson. They played an haute couture couple, Carl and Yaya, who are invited on a cruise for the ultra-rich, who at first seem for paradise for the rich and influential on social networks. However, they soon discover that their ship companions include a Russian oligarch, a British weapon trafficker, a Marxist captain, and other criminals. Power dynamics changes aboard the conflict of the ship and class.

The casting includes Woody Harrelson as captain of the ship, Dolly de Leon, Zlatko Buric, Iris Berben, Vicki Berlin, Henrik Dorsin, Jean-Christophe Folly, Amanda Walker, Oliver Ford Davies, and Sunnyi Melles. The film got successful at the Cannes Film Festival and is expected to be released in the United States on October 8. October 8. After its world premiere in Cannes, Neon bought the film for about $ 8 million. It will also be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and at the New York Film Festival.

Dean’s other credits included the science fiction action movie “Death Race 3: Inferno”, the “Blood in the Water” thriller, the horror movie “Don’t Sleep”, the drama “an interview with God” and The television series “Elementary.”

In addition to acting, Dean began to model at the age of 6 and signed with Alfa Model Management at 12, appearing on magazine covers, advertisements, and catalogs over the years.

CHARLBI DEAN DIES AT 32