Series star Nicky Aycox, best known for her horror-themed shows, has died at the age of 47. Ghostbusters or crimils Dark blue. The sad news was confirmed to the general public by her sister-in-law, Susan Raabova Tsekloskiova, through a social network. “My beautiful, smart, wild, incredibly talented and loving sister-in-law Niki Aycox Raab has passed away. Next to her was my brother Matt Raab. They lived a wonderful life together in California. She was definitely a fighter and was loved by everyone who knew her.” she said on Facebook.

Beautiful blonde Niki, a tive of Hennessy, Oklahoma, passed away from leukemia, which she had been battling for many years. She was diagnosed with the disease in 2020. Then she still thought that she had contracted the corovirus, but in fact her illness was much more serious. This was followed by a series of chemotherapy treatments, and she also received a stem cell transplant. She has regularly described her struggles with the disease on both Instagram and the lifestyle website Cashews and Olives.

She shared her last post on the social network in March of this year. It was a video taken from a hospital bed, and the actress’s appearance was far from what fans knew her from TV screens. She had dark hair and thick glasses … and she did not at all resemble the treacherous Meg Masters, as she should have tormented the Winchester brothers from 2006 to 2008. Nevertheless, she did not lose her good mood and even after chemotherapy she sang eighties hits …

Unfortutely, the treatment did not help, and on November 16, Nicky died of leukemia. Creator Ghostbusters Eric Kripke (48) paid tribute to her on Twitter, where he wrote: “I am saddened by the passing of the wonderful Niki Aycox. She was too young. She was delightful and spoke her lines so honey, but poisonous … ” he squealed at her talent.

Actor Jim Beaver, 72, who plays Bobby, added: “My first episode Ghostbusters she was with Nicky. She was a great actress and a great colleague. I am so sad to hear of her passing. Rest in peace, my friend.’