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Actress Samantha Weinstein, who starred in the remake of the film Carrie, died at the age of 28 after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2021.
“After two and a half years of cancer treatment and after a lifetime of traveling the world, making movies, making music, and learning more about life than most people ever know, he has left for a new adventure,” his family announced last week. through a message on Instagram, stating that the girl died surrounded by her loved ones in a hospital in Toronto, Canada.
The singer also married his fiancée Michael Knutson on October 29 of last year, which he described on the internet as “the best day of my life”.
“I married my friend, my partner and the love of my life,” he said in a message on Instagram, where he also shared a dance choreography inspired by the Star Wars saga.
Then the actress has already undergone cancer treatment for months after the ovarian cyst was removed in January 2021. Four months later, she told her students that she had been fighting a “rare” type of ovarian cancer for three months.
“Cancer can affect anyone, I’m the best proof of that. I guess if someone else out there from cancer sees how to fight it, maybe it will give them a little strength. While nothing in this life is guaranteed, I hope it is. I have a good outcome and good luck for a long and healthy life I have to live after treatment,” he said in the following message.
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Born in Toronto in 1995, Weinstein has already been involved in numerous series and telefilms since in 2013 he assisted Chloë Grace Moretz in the remake of Carrie, a 1970 horror film inspired by the novel Stephen King.
Although he later acted in some series, most of his later professional work focused on voicing cartoon characters, according to the IMDb website.