SUPERSTARS WHO SUDDENLY DIED YOUNG
Added on: 9th Sep 2016
The world fell in love with Princess Diana and her family
and it felt like losing a member of the family
when she died in a car accident in Paris.
Sage Stallone, son of Sylvester Stallone, died at the
age of 36 due to a heart attack caused by atherosclerosis.
He was seen in many films including Rocky V,
Daylight and Chaos.
The demise of the “Tejano Queen” Selena Quintanilla-Perez
was very disturbing and saddening especially because of the
fact that she suffered a gruesome death from the hands of the
former president of her fan club. She died at the age of 23.
JOSH RYAN EVANS
Josh Ryan Evans was the smallest actor in Hollywood
standing only at 37 inches. Despite his tiny stature,
Evans proved to everyone that he can achieve great
things. And yes he did. Unfortunately, his career
concluded when he died on August 5,2002 at the
age of 20 due to a congenital heart condition.
Hailed as the Queen of Psychedelic Soul, Janis Lyn Joplin
first rose to fame in the late 1960’s. She was the lead singer
of Big Brother and Holding Company and managed to
produce chart-topping and electrifying songs including
Piece of My Heart, To Love Somebody and Me and
Bobby McGee. In 1970, the legendary singer met her
unfortunate demise at the age of 27 due to a heroin
L’Wren Scott (April 28, 1964 – March 17, 2014) was a
famed stylist and fashion designer. After going
through a long period of depression, L’Wren decided
to end her despair by hanging herself using
a scarf. She died at the age of 49.
Actor Anton Yelchin died following a car accident aged 27.
The Russian born Star Trek star was found by friends on
June 19 at his home in San Fernando Valley. His death
came a month before the release of the third film
in the sci-fi franchise, Star Trek Beyond.
Ms Blake, 43, Zachary, eight, and Amon, four, were found
at the family home in Erith, London, on 5 January
after being reported missing on 16 December.
The partner of the former EastEnders actress
has admitted murdering her and their two children.