Kymberly Herrin, a former Playboy playmate, appeared in a number of movies, including the original Ghostbusters, but what role did she play there?
The 65-year-old star’s passing was reported and covered by the Santa Barbara News-Press. According to reports, she passed away on October 28.
She was a “lifetime resident” of Santa Barbara and was most known for her work on the films Romancing the Stone and Ghostbusters.
Who Did Kymberly Herrin Play in Ghostbusters?
In the first Ghostbusters, Kymberly played the Dream Ghost. When Ray Stantz, played by Dan Aykroyd, is dozing off in the firehouse, she is seen as a floating ghost.
Dr. Peter Venkman was portrayed by Bill Murray, Dr. Egon Spengler by Harold Ramis, and Rick Moranis, among others, in the 1984 cast.
Kymberly began her modelling career in 1975 after graduating from Santa Barbara High School. She was born in 1957.
Her death’s real cause is still unknown. But in order to advance the study of breast cancer prevention and treatment, her family has encouraged supporters to donate to the American Cancer Society in her honour.
Playboy Model Acted in Romancing the Stone
Kymberly made her screen debut in Romancing the Stone in the same year that Ghostbusters made its debut.
In the action comedy starring Michael Douglas, Danny DeVito, and Kathleen Turner, she portrayed Angelina.
Other acting roles that Kymberly has appeared in include those in St.Elsewhere, Moving Violations, Beverly Hills Cop II, and Road Use.
In addition to KISS’ eXposed, she also starred in music videos for the band ZZ Top in the 1980s.
When she was named Playmate of the Month in March 1981, the model also appeared on the covers of several other magazines.
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Star loved sailing
According to Kymberly’s obituary, which was published by the Santa Barbara News-Press, she loved to travel.
She is alleged to have spent years sailing “around the California Coast, via the Panama Canal, in the Sea of Cortez, in Baja, and into the Caribbean” in a 75-foot boat.
It’s unknown if Kymberly was wed or cohabitated when she passed away.
Her mother, brother, and “many grandnieces and grandnephews” are still alive.