Authorities believe the death of Korean actress Oh In-hye was a suicide, although details have yet to be made public. Here is the last video Miss Oh posted to her Youtube channel on September 12th, which was two days before her death.
Barbara Colby played the role of Phyllis’ boss, Julie Erskin, for only the first three episodes of the sitcom Phyllis. Barbara didn’t quit or get fired. Tragically, she only lived long enough to film the first three episodes of the show.
Debra Lynn Mayrovitz passed away on May 5th, 2015. She went professionally by Debra Mayer. Her death was not reported by any news sources, only by some friends of hers on social media and a few articles on horror film blogs.
The mysterious death of 21-year old Vancouver university student Elisa Lam was ruled an accidental drowning by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, but it’s a case that will probably go down in history as
Japanese ladies seem to be more creative than their Korean counterparts when it comes to the method to end it all, sometimes employing the use of toxic chemicals. Koreans overwhelmingly favor hanging as the preferred means.
A selection of last commercials, performances, shoots, and messages from some of the Korean female entertainers who took their own lives within the last several years. Actress Jung Da-bin signed her last autograph with the words “be happy.”
There have been several Playboy Playmates who’ve met with untimely deaths, but none such as Dorothy Stratten, who was the reigning Playmate of the Year when she was murdered by her estranged husband in August
South Korea’s suicide rate is the one of the highest among developed countries and it seems that celebrity suicides there have become more common in recent years. Here’s a complete rundown of the female celebrities who are on that list.