American actress and former “Mickey Mouse Clube” star Tiffany Hill passed away on Christmas Day.
It happened after she went into cardiac arrest earlier this month and was placed in a coma for several weeks until her death. She was only 46 years old.
The deaths were confirmed by former co-stars Didi Magno Hall and Chasin Hampton, among others. The three were also part of the pop group “The Party”.
On Thursday, Hall took to Instagram to share a touching tribute to his deceased friend.
“With the heaviest of broken hearts we share the sad news of the passing of our beloved sister Tiffany Talia Hill,” she began.
“Earlier this month, she had a heart attack that left her in a coma. After many prayers and with family at her side, our dear Tiff took her last breath on Christmas morning. She is now resting in peace,” continued Hall.
On behalf of The Party and the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, I thanked Hill for all the love and congratulations Hill had received. She added that the family of the deceased, 46, requested respect for her privacy at this sad time.
“Her beauty, talent, style, fun and loving spirit will live forever in our hearts and memories,” she concluded.
– I miss you terribly
Hampton posted the same text his colleague posted on his Instagram profile, plus another heartbreaking tribute.
“The desire of most ’90s little girls was to be as cute and adorable and talented and beautiful as Tiffany Hill. Part of her charm was that she never knew how great she really was. She was humble, caring and sweet. She was so playful and funny. An incredible dramatic singer, character and actress.” She was an absolutely amazing performer, and I am so honored to have her in my life.”
Hampton, who met Hill when he was 11, said they grew up and had some of their best years together.
“I am so sorry that I will never give her a good hug again… I know we all are. I miss you terribly! You will be my sweet sister forever. Rest in peace.”
Hill starred in the Disney series “Mickey Mouse Club” from 1989 to 1995. She appeared there with some of our biggest celebrities now, including Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling, and Keri Russell.
Hill withdrew from the spotlight after the television series ended in 1996 and did not participate in the 2013 reunion.
Read also: Doesn’t mean she will die
“Infuriatingly humble web fan. Writer. Alcohol geek. Passionate explorer. Evil problem solver. Incurable zombie expert.”