Christian Oliver and his two daughters died in a plane crash; Fans mourn over this loss

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The tragic news has shattered the Hollywood industry as Christian Oliver and his two daughters Madita (10) and Annik (12) died in a plane crash while they were on a family vacation in the Caribbean.

This incident happened on thursday when the plane traveling in crashed in the Caribbean, near the island of Bequia. He, his two daughters, Madita and Annik as well as the pilot Robert Sachs, also lost their lives, according to local authorities.

The 51-year-old actor, known for his roles in films such as 1995’s “The Baby-Sitters Club,” as well as “The Good German” and “Speed Racer,” .

This sad news has brought tears in the eyes of family, friends, colleagues and fans who were attached with the actor. Christian Oliver’s friends and colleagues are mourning over the loss of the actor following the tragic news of his death in a plane crash, along with his two children.

Friends and Colleagues paid tribute by uploading a sweet bid adieu to the actor.

Actress Bai Ling received the news from the director Nick Lyon that the plane had crashed. She paid tribute to the late actor in an Instagram post, expressing her deep sorrow upon the tragic loss of Oliver’s beautiful daughters and the pilot. She shared that the actor was on a holiday in the Caribbean, and she shared a heartfelt caption alongside a photo of herself with Oliver.

She expressed her feelings that, “This news is so shocking that I couldn’t believe it was true. The last time we worked together on a film in Hollywood was on December 20th, 2023, just before Christmas,” She paid condolences to his family by adding ” “Rest in peace, dear Christian. May your soul find peace. Sending love to your families.”

Cinematographer Michael Su, who had recently completed “Forever Hold Your Peace” with him, shared a photo of the late actor on Friday, captioning it with heartfelt words: “Rest easy, dear friend, dear brother.”

Stacey Linn Ramsower expressed her grief on her Instagram Story, writing, “RIP,” followed by a broken-hearted emoji.

Ivy Isenberg, a renowned casting director who collaborated with Oliver on the 2009 comedy film ‘Ready or Not “expressed her heartfelt condolences “I am deeply saddened to learn about the tragic loss of my dear friend, the exceptionally talented Christian Oliver, and his two beloved daughters”.

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