American movie stars died at 28

Here are 3 famous actors from United States of America died at 28:

Big Pun

Big Pun (November 10, 1971 The Bronx-February 7, 2000 White Plains) otherwise known as Big Punisher, Christopher Lee Rios, Big Moon Dawg, Pun, Chris, Big Moon Dog or Christopher Rios was an American rapper and actor. He had three children, Amanda Rios, Vanessa Rios and Christopher Rios.

He died in myocardial infarction.

Big Pun was known for his rapid-fire lyrical delivery and larger-than-life personality, which made him a standout in the rap genre. He released his debut album "Capital Punishment" in 1998, which was the first album by a solo Latino rapper to go platinum. The album included hit singles such as "I'm Not A Player" and "Still Not A Player" featuring Joe. His second album, "Yeeeah Baby," was released posthumously and featured collaborations with fellow rappers and singers such as Fat Joe, Nas, and Ashanti. He also made appearances in films such as "Urban Menace" and "Thicker Than Water." Despite his short career, Big Pun's impact on the rap community continues to be felt to this day.

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Brandon Lee

Brandon Lee (February 1, 1965 Oakland-March 31, 1993 Wilmington) also known as Brandon Bruce Lee was an American actor and martial artist.

He died as a result of gunshot.

Brandon Lee was the son of Bruce Lee, a legendary martial artist and actor. Brandon followed in his father's footsteps and became a skilled martial artist himself. He is best known for his role as Eric Draven in the movie "The Crow", which was released after his death. Prior to his death, Brandon had starred in several other films including "Showdown in Little Tokyo" and "Rapid Fire." He was also a trained musician and had written and performed several songs. Brandon's death was a result of a prop gun malfunction on the set of "The Crow", a tragedy that shocked the entertainment industry and his fans around the world.

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Ormer Locklear

Ormer Locklear (October 28, 1891 Greenville-August 2, 1920 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Ormer Leslie Locklear, Lieut. Ormer Locklear, Lt. Locklear or Lock was an American stunt performer, actor, soldier and pilot.

Locklear was one of the most famous pilots during the 1910s and 1920s due to his death-defying stunts. He performed dangerous airplane maneuvers such as loops, Immelmann turns, and barrel rolls during air shows and in films. In addition to his flying career, Locklear also acted in several silent films and served as a war pilot during World War I. Despite his success and fame, Locklear tragically died in a plane crash during a stunt performance in 1920, at the young age of 28. His legacy continues to be celebrated in the aviation and stunt industries.

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