Kymberly Herrin, ex Playboy Playmate appeared in ghost Busterhe died at the age of 65.
Tuesday the Santa Barbara News-Press said in an obituary that Herrin died “peacefully” on Oct. 28, 2022 in Santa Barbara, California, where she lived until her death.
During her lifetime, Herrin made a name for herself as a model, with her obituary noting that she graced the covers of dozens of magazines. She has also made appearances in several films, including the 1984 film ghost Busterwhich saw her appear as a ghost during a scene with Dan Aykroyd’s character Ray Stantz, e Romance the stone.
Herrin, featured on the cover of PlayboyThe September 1982 issue of and the September 1983 issue of the publication, according to IMDb, also played a part Playboy Playmate in the 1987 film The Beverly Hills Cop II, and appeared in the music video for ZZ Top’s “Legs”.
According to Herrin’s obituary, she loved traveling and sailing, a passion that inspired her to live aboard a 75-foot yacht for “several years.”
While the obituary does not list a cause of death, it does note that those who wish to do so can make a donation in Herrin’s memory to the American Cancer Society to “advance research into the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.”
Herrin is outlived by several family members, including her mother and brother, and will be “much missed by all who knew and loved her,” the obituary states.
On Facebook, Herrin’s niece Theresa Ramirez marked the model’s passing with a moving tribute, in which she noted that her aunt was now reunited with her late sisters.
“Now they are all together. Aunt Kymberly Herrin. I love you,” Ramirez captioned the photo, in which Herrin could be seen sitting on the beach with her two older sisters.
The post was met with a wave of condolences over Herrin’s death, with one person revealing that he felt the “pain” of the “loss”. “She was so special to so many people, I’m not sure she knew how many people loved and adored her,” she wrote. “Her humor and her sensitivity to others have always touched me. Words aren’t enough.”
Another wrote: “What sad news. Kym was so kind and she had a sweetness that the world needs now more than ever. God bless her and condolences to you and your family.”