Agents A&J Management reported that 16-year-old girl fainted and has not recovered. The cause of death was not called.
About it writes BBC.
Director of BBC Children’s Alice Webb said that the news has saddened colleagues Naylor:
“It is inconceivable that she will not be part of our journey in the future.”
She repeatedly told reporters that he always wanted not only to act in films, but to sing and hinted that soon will be engaged in the “amazing projects”.
It is known that the British actress, model, dancer and singer Maya-Lecia Naylor started early in the movies. Her first known work was the role of Fran in the television series “Milli Inbetween”, which in Britain are very popular. She starred in the famous Hollywood film “Cloud Atlas” together with the movie star Tom Hanks. This picture was nominated for the award “Golden globe” in 2012.
The cause of death of talented girls, which predicted a great future, not yet reported.
Recall that in Stockholm died Swedish actress Bibi Andersson at the age of 84 years. This was announced by the Director and her friend Kristina Oloffson.
“Today I was told about the death of Bibi Andersson. I was very upset and shocked by this news,” said Olofson.
Death Bibi Andersson confirmed in her family, but the reasons for it are unknown.
Bibi Andersson was born in Stockholm in 1935. He worked in the theater in malmö under the direction of Ingmar Bergman. Andersson starred in 11 Bergman films, such as “the Seventh seal”, “Person”, “Person”, “wild strawberries”, “Scenes from a marriage” and “smiles of a summer night”.
In addition, Andersson starred in the tapes, the Swedish Director of Schoeman Vilgot “Lover” and “a Bed for brother and sister” and sang small roles in the Soviet film “the Man from the other side” and “love”.
We will remind, has left the life of a young Ukrainian actor who played dozens of roles.
As reported Politeka, stopped the heart of a legendary artist: “Gone, like a real Cossack.”
Politeka also wrote that he learned of the death of the actor from the movie “kin-DZA-DZA!”.