It was a story that got a lot of people talking about the fans of Grace Fan, the Brazilian actress who died in March at the age of 37.
The star’s death was one of the most public and shocking deaths in Hollywood, and there was much speculation about the cause.
She was reportedly diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which is thought to be the cause of her seizures, and the actress was known to have had seizures in the past.
One of the theories circulating was that she had a genetic disorder called familial dystonic disorder, or FDD, which causes an imbalance in the brain’s synapses.
“Grace Fan Devita’s fan is a source of pain to her family,” her sister, Mariana de Guzman, told CNN.
The news of Devito and her fan has generated huge attention, both on social media and in real life, with fans posting videos of themselves holding Devito by the hand, saying they’re holding her because they care. “
It’s a constant worry for her family and a constant fear of the doctors.”
The news of Devito and her fan has generated huge attention, both on social media and in real life, with fans posting videos of themselves holding Devito by the hand, saying they’re holding her because they care.
Devito’s fans have also posted their own stories about the tragedy on Facebook, with many sharing heartbreaking details about their beloved actress.
Devito is one of Brazil’s biggest stars, with her credits including the 2013 hit “Para de los Últimos” (To the moon), “Riches de Pisa” (Two years of love), “La vida de Cristo” (The dream is over), “Cristo de Cunha” (I will always be your queen) and many more.
She also starred in “Por Filias de S. Cristo,” the 2015 drama that was critically acclaimed, and also starred as Maria in the hit musical, “La Cazada de São Paulo.”
Devito also had a string of hits in South America, including “Dorantes de Cúcuta” (“Crazy Days”), “El Día de Sia” (“The Dream Is Over”), “Cara de Série” (“I’ll Never Forget You”) and “Livra de la Traviata” (“To the Moon”).
Devito was also a well-known advocate for women’s rights, including for transgender rights, and was also the subject of a documentary, “A New Day: Grace Devito.”
She is survived by her sister Mariana, brother Daniel and father Ricardo da Silva.