Actress Samantha Weinstein, identified for her function within the remake of the movie ‘Carrie,’ has handed away on the age of 28 after a protracted battle with ovarian most cancers.

Weinstein, who had been concerned within the movie business since a younger age, died on May 14, as confirmed by her household via a social media publish.

In April 2021, she publicly introduced that she had been struggling from this sickness.

“I’m a agency believer that illustration in media issues, and most cancers remedy is not any totally different,” she stated.

“Cancer can have an effect on anybody – I’m dwelling proof of that. I determine that if another person on the market with most cancers sees me going via it, perhaps it would give them a shred of energy too.

“While there aren’t any ensures in life, my end result is excellent and I’ve each shot of dwelling a protracted, wholesome life post-treatment.

“Chemo will probably be my hardest journey but, however it would make me stronger than I’ve ever been.”


Family shared information

Weinstein‘s household shared the information of her passing on social media, stating that she died surrounded by her family members at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto.

“After two and a half years of most cancers remedy, and a lifetime of jet setting world wide, voicing a plethora of cartoon animals, making music, and figuring out extra about life than most individuals ever will, she is off on her subsequent journey,” they wrote.

Aside from her notable function within the ‘Carrie’ remake, Weinstein additionally appeared in movies like ‘Big Girl’ (2005), ‘Toronto Stories’ (2008), ‘The Rocker’ (2008), and ‘Haunter’ (2013).

Her final movie venture was in 2015, taking part in Brooke in ‘Reign.’ Additionally, she lent her voice to the sequence ‘Dino Ranch’ from 2021 onwards.

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