Taraja Ramsess, 41, died tragically on Halloween while driving in Dekalb County, Georgia with four of her five children when she took an exit ramp and collided with a tractor trailer that broke down in the lane left
The horrific car accident also claimed the lives of his 13-year-old daughter Sundari and newborn daughter Fugibo, who was killed on impact according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Three-year-old Taraja Shazia and 10-year-old Kisasi went to hospital with serious injuries but both were expected to make a steady recovery.
According to The mirrorKisasi died of his injuries yesterday, while the funerals of his siblings and father were taking place.
As a stuntman, Taraja’s work is often overlooked by fans, but the star also had a few moments of fame in front of the camera as part of his role in the MCU, namely in Avengers: Endgame and the Black Panther series where he played a fighter in the Wakandan army.
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Since the catastrophic accident, Taraja’s family has a GoFundMe page to raise money for the funeral arrangements and to help his children survive.
The page recalled Taraja’s most important role, not in Hollywood but at home as a “devoted father, son and husband and true philanthropist”.
He revealed that the stuntman “lived for his children” and his mother recalled his deep love for “martial arts, motorcycles and everything related to film”.
She drew her “weird sense of humor” and reminded her of her “beautiful” granddaughter Sundari who was eagerly preparing to start high school next year.
According to a Facebook post by mother Taraja Akili, the actress and her children were laid to rest on Sunday in her home state of Atlanta.
Taraja’s film work extended far beyond her stunt work, having also worked as a set dresser on numerous projects including The Walking Dead, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Vampire Diaries.
He was remembered on social media by his friends in the entertainment industry, as filmmaker Ava DuVernay shared on Instagram: “He walked like a king. And for me, always acted as one. He was part of our crew family at ARRAY. Last night he left us forever in tears in a way that breaks the hearts of everyone who knew him into a million pieces.”
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