When Great Talents Leave Us Early: Emma Chambers Dies At The Age Of 53
February 26, 2018 16:36 By Fabiosa
One of the greatest comedian actresses and The Vicar of Dibley star, Emma Chambers, has passed away on February, 21 due to the natural causes.
Emma began her acting in 1988 in the TV mini-series The Rainbow.
Later on, until 1994, she has tried her talent in many other shows, including Skullduggery, The Bill, The Mixer, Martin Chuzzlewit, and many other cinematography projects. After that, she started taking part in The Vicar of Dibley – one of the most popular TV series also featuring Dawn French, James Fleet, and Trevor Peacock.
13 years as Alice Tinker were the peak of the career for Mrs. Chambers.
Another deceased star
On Sunday, February 25, John Grant, Emma’s former agent, has announced the death of the actress:
We are very sad to announce the untimely death, from natural causes, of the acclaimed actress Emma Chambers. Over the years, Emma created a wealth o characters and an immense body of work. She brought laughter and joy to many, and will be greatly missed. At this difficult time we ask that the privacy of the family and loved ones be respected.
That is a terrible loss for Hollywood cinematography, even though Emma actually died in bed.
Regret of the colleagues
Her former colleagues as well as other actors shared their grief online, showing their respect towards the talented actress.
Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news.
— Hugh Grant (@HackedOffHugh) February 24, 2018
— Samantha Baines (@samanthabaines) February 24, 2018
We all feel great pain in our hearts for you, Emma, and hope you have found better world somewhere there.
Our beautiful friend Emma Chambers has died at the age of 53. We're very very sad. She was a great, great comedy performer, and a truly fine actress. And a tender, sweet, funny, unusual, loving human being. pic.twitter.com/vLQcRcv2Ex
— emma freud ???? (@emmafreud) February 24, 2018
Such terribly sad news about Emma Chambers. Notting Hill is one of my favourite films of all time and she is so stunningly superb in it. That film makes me laugh & cry, as does her performance in it. RIP Emma ????
— Jodie Marsh (@JodieMarsh) February 24, 2018
Rest in peace dear Alice.