The Californian performer appeared in other blockbusters such as “In Search of the Lost Emerald.” I was 65 years old
Kymberly Herrin, the actress of "Ghostbusters" and "The Searcher of the Lost Emerald"
Kymberly Herrin, 1980s actress who appeared in films such as “The Searcher of the Lost Emerald” and “Ghostbusters” ”, as well as in various music videos, died at the age of 65.
The interpreter died last Friday, October 28, as stated in an obituary published by Santa Barbara News-Press. Herrin would have died at her own home in the Californian town.
The obituary reported the news of the death of the actress, indicating that she “died peacefully” in Santa Bárbara, where she had lived for years.
The cause of the death has not been made public.
Kymberly Herrin, in a file image
Although the cause of her death was not revealed, her family asked on their social networks that those who want to be able to pay tribute to her, make a donation to the American Society for the Fight against Cancer, to help prevent and treat breast cancer.
His niece, Theresa Ramírez, confirmed his death in a Facebook post, in which she shared a photo of her aunt posing with her two sisters, also deceased, on a beach. “Now they are all together. Aunt Kymberly Herrin. I love you”, wrote the young woman.
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Herrin's most recognizable role came in 1984's “Ghostbusters”. In the film, the actress makes a brief appearance as a dream ghost that terrorizes Dan Aykroyd's character Ray Stantz. That same year, the interpreter also participated in “In Search of the Lost Emerald”, the Robert Zemeckis production starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner.
Herrin came to pose for the cover of “more than a dozen magazines, both local and international” during her career as a model, mainly between the eighties and nineties.
Dan Aykroyd and Kimberly Herrin in the memorable scene from Ghostbusters (imdb.com)
Years later, he would also work in “Loca academia de conductores”; “The Tough One”, opposite Patrick Swayze, and “Hollywood Detective II”, the hit sequel to the film starring Eddie Murphy.
On television, his appearances were equally measured, but all in highly successful shows at the time, such as “Matt Houston”, the series starring Lee Horsley.
On the other hand, the actress was known as a model from prestigious magazines such as Playboy. In addition, he acted in numerous video clips of various artists, being especially recognizable his multiple collaborations with ZZ Top and his presence in the KISS video clip eXposed.