Actor ica Esika Campbell, who starred in the TV show Freaks and Geeks: and the 1999 film Choice:, died in late December at the age of 38 in Portland, Oretti.
Campbell’s cousin Sarah Wesling confirmed the news to the media GoFundMe: For Campbell’s son, 10-year-old Oliver.
No cause of death has been identified, although many outlets say he had flu-like symptoms and congestion on the morning of his death, December 29, 2020.
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Campbell, who had previously left acting to become a naturopathic doctor, spent the day as usual. After work, he visited his aunt’s mother, then justified himself in the toilet, and did not go out.
Her aunt found that she had collapsed on the floor of the bathroom, and paramedics could not bring her to life as soon as she got home.
The family is awaiting autopsy results from the Multnomah County Medical Examiner in Oregon.
Campbell began his acting career in 1992, appearing in the television film Sarah Essica Parker. He got his big role seven years later Choice:, where she played Tammy Metzler, the sister of Jack Paul (Chris Klein). For his work on the film, he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance.
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His other most notable credit is the TV show Freaks and Geeks:, Paul Feig-Judd Apatow cult favorite, who played just one season. Campbell appeared in two episodes as Amy Andrews.
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From there, he starred in the 2001 film Julie Ulli Gold Security of facilitiesAfter playing several other roles in films, he left acting and moved on to naturopathy.
A-list actor եմ Campbell Co-Chair Choice:, Reese Witherspoon, posted his condolences On Twitter:
“So the heart broke (sic) to hear this. It was so enjoyable to work with such an essay on the choice. “I send all my love to my family and loved ones,” he wrote.
Wesling wrote on GoFundMe that Campbell’s “passion for life մարդկանց the people who live in it was astounding.”
“Travel around the world, acting, becoming a doctor, being a mother is the hottest thing for a child. “The signs with these buckets have woven the quid texture of his reality,” Wesling wrote.
In addition to Oliver, his mother-aunt, and Campbell, his husband, Daniel, and several other large relatives survived. There are plans for the memorial, but the details are not published.
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