Nicki Aycox, who played in the television series “Supernatural,” has passed away at the age of 47. Thursday’s Facebook post by the actress’ sister-in-law Susan Raab Ceklosky announced her loss.
The devastated relative added, “My beautiful, intelligent, strong, extremely brilliant, and loved sister-in-law Nicki Aycox Raab died away yesterday with my brother Matt Raab by her side.” Nicki and Matt enjoyed a beautiful life in California together. She was a true warrior, and everyone who knew her admired her.”
The article did not identify Aycox’s cause of death; however, the actress had stated in a March 2021 Instagram post that she had been diagnosed with leukemia.
“I felt really unwell in January and February, believing I had covid. The television personality said beside a selfie of herself in the hospital with a shaved head, “things have reached a head.” “I was hospitalized and diagnosed with Lukemeia.”
Nicki Aycox on the red carpet in Moscow, Russia, in 2015.
She said, “I want everyone to know that I am doing very well and battling through chemo. I will update with a better photo of myself and discuss remaining optimistic at the worst of times. Take good care of yourselves! I’ll be back better, stronger, and wiser!”
Aycox shared a video of herself performing the Whitesnake song “Here I Go Again” from her hospital bed in her farewell Instagram post on March 25.
“DO NOT attempt to sing 1980s songs after receiving large dosages of chemotherapy,” stated the caption. Will result in memory loss. Literally no lyrics were accurate.”
In 2003, Aycox attended the premiere of “The Italian Job” at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California.
Aycox was born in Hennessey, Oklahoma, on May 26, 1975. From 2006 to 2008, she portrayed Meg Masters, a college student possessed by a disciple of Lucifer, in the dark fantasy television series “Supernatural.”
In addition, she appeared on “Cold Case,” “Law & Order,” “Dark Blue,” “Dark Angel,” “Ally McBeal,” “The X-Files,” and “Boy Meets World.”
Aycox also starred in other films, such as “Perfect Stranger,” “Jeepers Creepers 2,” “Perfect Stranger,” and “The Girl On The Train.” In the 2014 film “Dead on Campus,” she portrayed Danielle Williams for her final acting role.
On April 19, 2007, in Los Angeles, California, access the Beverly Wilshire Hotel for an event.
The television business was shattered by her passing. The creator of “Supernatural” and “The Boys,” Eric Kripke, lamented Aycox’s loss on Twitter, writing:
“Devastated to learn Nicki Aycox, our first #MegMasters champion, has died away. Too young.”
“She delivered her lines with honey and poison,” he continued. “I marvel at her ability to make a simple phrase such as ‘lackluster’ legendary.”