Actress Denise Dawes dies at 64

TV actress Dennis Dawes has died at 64 after a battle with viral meningitis, a family reported Saturday.

Posthumous tributes poured into the “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Insecure” actress announce By her sister Tracy on Instagram.

She wrote, “I want to take this moment to thank our friends and family for all the love and prayers.” “It is with a heavy heart that I inform everyone that my sister, Denise Dawes, has come forward to meet our family in eternal life,” Tracy wrote.

“Dennis Yvonne Dawes was his most amazing sister, brilliant and brilliant actress, mentor and director. She was my best friend and last of my family. I love Denise all of you. I know she is watching us with all her love.”

It was her death at first mentioned by TV Line.

was Dawes In coma For at least a week after infection, the protective membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord have become infected.

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Ian Ziering, who played Yvonne Tesley’s deputy student student at Dawes’ West Beverly Hills in “90210,” remembers her as a wonderful actress and “loving soul.”

“It saddens my heart to say that Dennis Dawes has passed away. Everywhere
My years working in Beverly Hills 90210, watching me with Dennis Stilwares [sic] is being
She was remembered with the utmost respect for her talent and fondness for a loving spirit
she was.

“Some of my heartfelt laughter were off-camera between me and her knocking [sic] Disciplinary Ms. Tesley will deal with Steve Sanders. Sincere condolences to her family and everyone who was dear to them. God bless you Dennis, and push that key to legacy A,” he Wrote on instagram.

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Dowse was seen frequently on network television in the 1990s, with credits in shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The X-Files,” “Criminal Minds,” “Bones,” “House,” “Monk,” and “Law & Order,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Charmed,” “The Bernie Mac Show,” “Nip/Tuck,” “Moesha,” “Sister, Sister,” “ER,” “Step by Step,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Seinfeld” and “Full House” – among others.

Tracy told Page Six that her sister was very proud of Remember Me: The Mahalia Jackson Story, her recently directed photo that premiered at the 2022 Pan African Film Festival in April.

“She won several Best Director awards at film festivals this year,” Tracy said.

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