Former Rhythm City actor Jamie Bartlett has died, aged 55. Bartlett was best known for playing the role of David Genaro in the eTV soapie. A close family member confirmed his passing to eNCA. The actor reportedly died today, and the cause of his death is yet to be made known. However, South Africans are mourning him extensively on social media, saying that he was their favourite actor at one time or another. One of the social media users who reacted to the actor's death lamented that good people do not live long, wondering why such a good performer should die at just 55 years of age. Another person added, “Ooh such a great acting talent, may his soul rest in peace. Another legend is lost in the entertainment industry. Jamie, cried almost at anything he could watch ants doing what they do, and he'd burst into tears but Genero would probably set up a firebomb for the ants RIP Boetie”. Many people say they cannot believe he is just gone like that.
Another person who commented that Jamie is one of the most talented actors the country ever produced declared, “One of the best actors this Country has ever produced, your acting skills and talent remain unmatched. Ooh hai our lifespan as humans is worrying. 55? May his soul RIP. What a brilliant actor”. Condolences are beginning to pour in for his family as people pray that God gives his family the strength and fortitude to bear the irreparable loss of the actor, also praying that God should grant him rest.
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