Nicki Aycox, most notably identified for her function as Meg Masters in “Supernatural,” has died. She was 47.
Aycox’s sister-in-law, Susan Raab Ceklosky, took to Fb on Thursday to substantiate the information. “My stunning, sensible, fierce, extremely gifted and loving sister-in-law, Nicki Aycox Raab, handed away yesterday with my brother, Matt Raab, by her facet,” her put up started.
She concluded: “Nicki and Matt had an exquisite life collectively in California. She was undoubtedly a fighter and everybody who knew her beloved her.”
“Supernatural” present creator Eric Kripke took to Twitter to share that he was “gutted” to find out about Aycox’s dying.
“Too younger. She was a delight & delivered traces like honey & venom,” Kripke wrote. “I marvel at how she made a easy phrase like ‘lackluster’ legendary.”
Fox Information Digital has reached out to Aycox’s rep for remark.
In Ceklosky’s announcement, she shared photographs of Aycox along with her husband, Matt Raab. Though the actress’ sister-in-law didn’t share a reason for dying, Aycox revealed in an Instagram put up in 2021 that she was identified with leukemia.
“I grew to become very sick considering I had Covid in January and February. Nicely, issues got here to a head,” Aycox captioned a picture of herself within the hospital. “I ended up in a hospital, identified with Leukemia.”
She continued: “I would like everybody to know I’m doing extremely nicely and preventing my manner via chemo. I’ll replace with a greater pic of myself, and speak about staying optimistic via the worst of instances.”
“I will be again higher, stronger, and wiser!” Aycox concluded.
Aycox starred within the first and fourth season of “Supernatural.” Based on IMDb, she took on roles in “Windfall,” “Darkish Blue, “Chilly Case,” “LAX,” “Vital Others” and “Over There.”
Her final appearing function was within the 2014 movie “Useless on Campus.” She additionally appeared on the massive display screen in “Defying Gravity,” “Double Faucet,” “The Dogwalker,” “Rave Macbeth,” and “She Will get What She Needs.”