The British portal The Sun revealed what Dustin Diamond wanted to do before he died.
Since it was known that the actor Dustin Diamond suffered from aggressive lung cancer in the worst state until the day of his death, only two weeks passed. The disease was very advanced and the dreams of the famous ‘Screech’ from the series Saved by the bell.
The British portal The Sun revealed what was the only wish that the remembered Samuel ‘Screech’ Powers – the adorable nerd of that television comedy that was very popular in the 90s – could never fulfill.
According to the publication, Diamond had told his friend Dan Block, who is CEO of Insurance King, what he wanted to do before he died: meet bassist Justin Chancellor, a member of his favorite band, Tool, and see the new Star exhibition. Wars at Disney World.
It was not possible. His life died on Monday, February 1, at his home where he had been transferred from the hospital to receive palliative care . There he died surrounded by his closest friends and family.
Dan also told the British publication that his friend Dustin had been very happy with the visit of his father whom he got to see before he died. traveled to visit him.
“I knew he wanted to see me, to see his dad, his girlfriend and a close group of people. He also wanted to meet Justin Chancellor and go to the new Star Wars park (…) but seeing his dad was incredible for him Unfortunately for Star Wars he needed more time and he didn’t have it, “said Dan, who was Dustin’s childhood friend.
The unforgettable Sreech was 44 years old. Before his most famous role ,. Diamond began his career in small roles in television movies. His appearance is also remembered in an episode of the series ‘The Wonderful Years’, as well as in a 1990 version of The Monster Family.
After Saved by the Bell he engaged in a series of scandals that ranged from fights, campaigns to get home with their fans and even a pornographic film. Then he published a book in which he revealed intimacies of his comedy co-stars that only lasted four seasons and became a worldwide success.
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