Monday, 25 January, 2021

Jessica Campbell, Election and Freaks and Geeks star, dead at 38

Sarah Campbell of'Election and'Freaks and Geeks Dead at 38 Jessica Campbell in 'Election'
Adrian Cunningham | 14 January, 2021, 14:33

She also featured in two episodes of cult comedy series Freaks and Geeks in 2000, as well as Glenn Close film The Safety of Objects in 2001, but quit acting after a 2002 movie called Junk, and studied to become a physician specializing in alternative medicine. Campbell's cousin Sarah Wessling has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help pay for funeral costs and provide for Campbell's son Oliver who is 10-years-old. Seen here, Jessica Campbell (as Tammy Metzler). When her aunt when to check on her, she could not be revived.

Jessica rose to fame after starring in Election alongside Reese Witherspoon, Matthew Broderick and Chris Klein.

Reese Witherspoon took to her Twitter to pay tribute to Jessica, writing: "So heartbroken to hear this".

Election actress Jessica Campbell has died at the age of 38.

Campbell's cause of death has yet to be revealed, but Wessling told TMZ her family is awaiting results from the Multnomah County Medical Examiner's Office in Oregon. They said Campbell had congestion, thinking she was coming down with a cold, but the family didn't suspect COVID. Jessica went to the bathroom and never came out. Judd Apatow - executive producer of "Freaks and Geeks" - donated $5,000. Our thoughts are with Jessica's loved ones during this hard time.

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In the film, she played Tammy Metzler, the sister of school jock Paul whose girlfriend leaves her to start seeing Paul.

Campbell's cause of death is now unknown but TMZ reports her family is awaiting results from a medical examiner's office.

Chris Klein, who played Campbell's brother and opponent in the film, wrote he was "shocked and saddened to receive the news".

Campbell forged a career in acting in the 1990s.