The Director Of Triangle Of Sadness Ruben Stlund Says It Was A Great honor Working With Charlbi Dean
Writer/director Ruben Stlund remembers Charlbi Dean as having compassion and empathy on production after the actress passed away at the age of 32.
Dean Stlund, who directed Charlbi in the new film Triangle of Sadness, commented on Instagram that Charlbi's untimely death is shocking and tragic.
It is a privilege to have met and worked with her. He stated, "Charlbi possessed a caring and empathy that lifted her coworkers and the entire movie crew." I'm terribly saddened by the idea that she won't be by our side in the future. My heart goes out to her family, friends, and fiancé Luke during this trying time.
Prior to now, PEOPLE has already reported that Dean passed away unexpectedly on Monday in New York City.
The condition has not been made public. Dean, who additionally starred in The CW's Black Lightning, made her engagement to artist Luke Volker public in April.
Triangle of Sadness earned the Palme d'Or, the festival's top prize, previously this year in May. Harris Dickinson from Where the Crawdads Sing and Woody Harrelson also star in the movie, which opens in theatres on October 7. Dean plays model Yaya, a wealthy guest taken on a lavish trip where terrible things happen.
Congrats to our family we achieved it!!! The actress wrote on Instagram at the time she recognized the movie's Cannes victory. @ruben Ostlund, You're the GOAT, and I'll always be grateful that you allowed me to share in your brilliance with my darling @sinaostlund.
I find it hard to believe that while creating this, I enjoyed the happiest year of my life. Here are some images from the pandemic-affected year in Sweden and Greece. Always and always, our family @triangleofsadness
In a previous post, The actress, who was born in South Africa, was active on social media; her most recent post was published a few days ago. On Instagram, Dean shared many photos of himself doing some serious modeling.