Entertainment Desk: Popular actress and musician Samantha Weinstein has died. The Canadian star was 28 years old at the time of his death. He died on May 14 at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto. Canadian media CBC reported in a report on Wednesday (May 24) that the actress was diagnosed with ovarian cancer two and a half years ago. And Samantha was defeated by terminal cancer.
Samantha has been voicing various characters in animated television series since the age of six. Due to this, he has achieved many achievements in his career.
The actress’ father, David Weinstein, said Sam was the living embodiment of a ray of sunshine. She was so full of positive energy that anyone who met her would say she could light up any room.
In 2013, the Canadian actress played high school student Heather in the Carrie remake. Besides, Samantha played the role of Adre in the 2011 movie ‘Jesus Henry Christ’ starring Hollywood actress Chloe Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore and Australian actress Toni Collette.
She acted in ‘Big Girl’ as a child. which won the Best Canadian Short Film Award at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival.
For this role, she was awarded the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artist (ACTRA) Award for Outstanding Contribution to a Female Character in 2006 at the age of 10.
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This actress was also very fond of music. The Canadian A star was the lead vocalist and guitarist for the Toronto-based garage rock band Killer Virgins.