Stefanie Sherk is the wife of Mexican TV and film actor, Demian Bichir – who sadly died on April 20, at age 37.
Stefanie and her husband were married for a number of years and remained married until her death. The 55-year-old actor born in Torreon, Mexico on August 1, 1963; was previously married to Lisset Gutierrez from 2001 until 2003. He is also the father of a daughter Gala, born in 2011 following a brief relationship with an ex-girlfriend.
It was Demian who announced the news of Stefanie’s passing on a message on social media. The met around 2011 and had no children together.
Bichir who is well known in his native Mexico, debuted in the 1983 film, Choices of the Heart. He briefly appeared in the Mexican TV show Vivir Enamorada.
He reached international success for his heart-touching role as migrant worker Carlos Galindo in A Better Life. His performance earned him nominations for six film awards.
Additional credits include In the Time of the Butterflies alongside Salma Hayek. He played two famous Latin American revolutionaries: Fidel Castro in Che: Part One and Che: Part Two and Emiliano Zapata in Zapata: Amor en Rebeldia. He also starred in Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight.
Stefanie Sherk was a Canadian actress, writer and model. She was born in Niagara-On-The-Lake, Canada. She began her career in entertainment as a model doing a number of advertising campaigns.
As an actress, she appeared in films Star Power, Ashton Kutcher film Valentine’s Day and Loco Love. She also appeared in Bichir’s directorial debut Un Cuento de Circo & A Love Song and in TV offshoot “CSI: Cyber”
She and her husband also worked together in “The Bridge,” an American remake of a Danish-Swedish drama series.
The stunning blonde is said to have died peacefully at home –according to Bichir. The exact cause of her death is yet to be revealed.