Who was Philece Sampler? Bio/Wiki
Philece Sampler was a film, television, and voice actor from the United States. She got her debut in the soap operas Another World and Days of Our Lives. She was born on July 14, 1953.
She has also voiced a variety of characters in English-language dubs of Japanese anime and animation, using the moniker Dana Hayes on occasion.
She was 67 years old.
She arrived in Hollywood after graduating from the University of North Texas with a theater degree in 1975 and rapidly secured guest appearances in a few TV movies and series, including season 4 episode 61 of The Incredible Hulk in 1978, titled “Dark Side.”
Sampler was an associate producer on Del Shores’ Los Angeles stage musical Sordid Lives. Betty Ross was her character in the animated series The Incredible Hulk on UPN. Gregg Marx, her old Days of our Lives love interest, is still friends with her (David Banning).
On Real Monsters, she did a voice-over for “Ollie Ollie Oxen Free.” She appeared as Emma (Chuckie’s love interest) in the episode “He Saw, She Saw” on Nickelodeon’s Rugrats. She went on to voice Francine, a character from the Rugrats spin-off series All Grown Up!, and Mimi Tachikawa in the Digimon anime series.
How Did Philece Sampler Die? (Death Cause)
On July 2, 2021, it was revealed that she had died. According to Soap Opera Digest, her death was caused by a heart attack.
Peggy Webb, an author, and her friend verified the news on Twitter. She said, “My dear friend Philece Sampler died unexpectedly at her home in L.A. She was an enormously talented actress w/a loving heart & a kind soul”
My dear friend Philece Sampler died unexpectedly at her home in L.A. She was an enormously talented actress w/a loving heart & a kind soul pic.twitter.com/hLJCE70Qva
— Peggy Webb (@PeggyWebbAuthor) July 2, 2021
Webb wrote on Facebook, “My heart is heavy. My dear friend, Philece Sampler, died unexpectedly at her home in Los Angeles. She was an enormously talented actress with a beautiful spirit, a loving heart and a kind soul. We talked everyWednesday evening about everything under the sun, including the projects we planned to do together, and we always ended up laughing uproariously. She has been a bright light in my life for more than twenty years and I will miss her so very much.”