Actor Christian Oliver from Hollywood and his two daughters tragically lost their lives in a plane crash

German-born Hollywood actor Christian Oliver, known for his roles in films such as “The Good German” alongside George Clooney and the 2008 action-comedy “Speed Racer,” tragically passed away in a plane crash along with his two young daughters. The incident occurred on Thursday aboard a privately owned, single-engine aircraft, as reported by the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force.

The small plane crashed into the Caribbean Sea shortly after takeoff while traveling from Bequia, a small island in the Grenadines, to St. Lucia. The victims, including Oliver, aged 51, and his daughters, Madita, 10, and Annik, 12, as well as the pilot, Robert Sachs, lost their lives in the accident.

The family seemed to be on vacation, as evidenced by Oliver’s Instagram post days before the tragedy, featuring an image of a tropical beach with a caption expressing excitement for the year 2024.

Throughout his career, Oliver amassed over 60 movie and TV credits, with roles in projects like Tom Cruise’s “Valkyrie.” He also starred in early-career roles in the TV series “Saved by the Bell: The New Class” and the movie “The Baby-Sitters Club.” Additionally, in his native Germany, Oliver played a prominent role in the popular cop show “Alarm fur Cobra 11” for two seasons.

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