Death of Tawny Kitaen (Santa Barbara): his two daughters pay him a moving tribute

At 28 and 22, Wynter and Raine Finley are grieved after the death of their mother, Tawny Kitaen. On the Instagram profile of the late actress, the two young women have therefore relayed a moving tribute to salute her memory, this Saturday, May 8. “We are heartbroken” reads this message, written on a black background. “We are saddened to announce the death of our mom. We just want to say thank you to all of you, her fans and friends, for always sharing your support and love for her. You have brought her to life every day. . We miss her and love her and we know that her legacy will live on forever. ” Internet users responded to this tribute by sending their condolences.

Married twice, Tawny Kitaen was the mother of Wynter and Raine, both fruits of her union with baseball player Chuck Finley, from whom she divorced in 2002. Before this marriage, Julie E. Kitaen of her real name had shared the life of David Coverdale. He reacted to the news of her disappearance with sadness. “I just woke up to some very sad and unexpected news … my sincere condolences to his children, family, friends and fans.” Tributes continue to pour in on social media.

80s star Tawny Kitaen

The Santa Barbara actress was found at her home in Newport Beach, Calif. On Friday, May 7, but the cause of her death has yet to be clarified. She was 59 years old and was known for her appearances in the Whitesnake music videos in the 80s. She also played the role of Tom Hanks in The Delirious Palace. More recently, Tawny Kitaen has appeared in American series such as CSI and has also appeared in reality TV shows.

Tawny Kitaen © Instagram

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