Jessica Campbell (Jessica Campbell) is known for her role in the 1999 film “General Election”, her classic series “Freaks and Geeks” (Freaks and Geeks) at the age of 38.
Campbell’s family announced that the actor died on December 29 in Portland, Oregon. Campbell became a naturopath after retiring, and she collapsed after seeing patients practice. She cannot be resurrected, and the cause of her death has yet to be determined.
Campbell first appeared in the 1992 TV movie “Children’s Best Interests” starring Sarah Jessica Parker. Her main film role was the comedy satire “Election”
She plays the angry sister of school alumnus, Chris Klein, whose girlfriend abandoned her and left her to Paul. To get revenge, she ran for monitor with him. The performance earned her a nomination for the best debut of the Independent Spirit Award.
The actor also appeared in “Freaks and Geeks” as the tuba player of the McKinley High School Marching Band (Amy Andrews). She briefly dated Ken (Seth Rogen) and later revealed to him that she was bisexual.
Campbell also starred in the drama film “The Safety of Objects”, as opposed to Glenn Close and Dermot Mulroney, as well as in 2002’s “Garbage” and “Father’s Day”.
Campbell’s cousin Sarah Wessling (Sarah Wessling) launched a GoFundMe campaign to pay for funeral expenses and provide services to Campbell’s 10-year-old son Oliver. Wesling wrote on the GoFundMe page: “Jessica is a true adventurer who has accumulated amazing experience in her tragic short life.”
“She can always be seen as the instigator of various forms of pranks and hijinks, or at least its voluntary complicity. To know her, there must be a story involving her. To know her is to know true friendship.”
Witherspoon also expressed his condolences through tweets: It’s really fun to work with Jessica to conduct “elections”. I want to send all my love to Jessica’s family and relatives. “
Campbell also survived her husband Daniel (Daniel), mother and aunt and other members of the extended family. The commemoration is being planned.