Charlbi Dean, 'Triangle of Sadness' actress, dead at 32

Charlby Dean, a young, rising South African actor who most recently starred in this year's Palme d'Or winner "Triangle of Sadness," died on Monday in New York from an unexpected illness, Variety confirmed. Is. She was 32 years old.

Dean also appeared in the DC Comics series "Black Lightning" on The CW. She played the highly skilled assassin Cyanide in nine episodes over two seasons. He made his acting debut in 2010 with the South African film "Spud" and returned in the 2013 sequel "Spud 2: The Madness Continues".

"Triangle of Sadness", a satirical dark comedy directed by Ruben Ostlund, marked his first major film. Dean was co-head, opposite Harris Dickinson.

They play Karl and Yaya, a high-fashion, celebrity couple, who are invited on a cruise to the ultra-rich, which at first seems like heaven for wealthy, social media influencers. However, he soon learns that his accomplices include a Russian oligarch, a British arms dealer, a Marxist captain, and other criminals. Onboard power dynamic shifts and class struggle emerges.

The cast includes Woody Harrelson, Dolly De Leon, Zlatko Buric, Iris Berben, Vicki Berlin, Henrik Dorsin, Jean-Christophe Foley, Amanda Walker, Oliver Ford Davies and Sunny Meles as the ship's captain.

The film was a hit at the Cannes Film Festival and was released in the US on 8 October. is ready to release. After the world premiere of Cannes, Neon bought the film for approximately $8 million. It will also be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.

Dean's other credits include the sci-fi action film "Death Race 3: Inferno", the thriller "Blood in the Water", the horror film "Don't Sleep", the drama "An Interview with God", and the TV series. primary." In addition to acting, Dean began modeling at age 6 and signed with Alpha Model Management at age 12, appearing on magazine covers, commercials, and catalogs over the years.