‘Ghostbusters’ ghost Kymberly Herrin dies at 65

A former model, she had appeared on the cover of dozens of magazines throughout her career

American model and actress Kymberly Herrin, who starred in ‘Ghostbusters’ (1984) as the ghost who has sex with Dan Aykroyd, has died at the age of 65. She was a former ‘Playboy’ playmate, born on October 2, 1957, she died at her home in Santa Barbara, California, where she has always lived.

The announcement of the disappearance, which took place on October 28, was given by the family with an obituary published in the ‘Santa Barbara News-Press’. His granddaughter, Theresa Ramirez, also confirmed the death on social media. The obituary does not state the cause of death, but it does encourage mourners to make a memorial donation to the American Cancer Society to support research into the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.

The former model has graced the cover of dozens of magazines throughout her career, including the March 1981 issue of ‘Playboy’, where she was crowned ‘Playmate of the Month’. She has also posed for a series of swimwear ads in ‘Fit’ magazine. Herrin starred in a dozen films, including “Ghostbusters” with Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Harold Ramis and Sigourney Weaver, playing the ghost of dreams, a seductive apparition that Aykroyd’s (Ray Stantz) character meets during a particularly exciting sequence. Harrin also starred in the films Romancing the Stone, Driving School, Road House, and Beverly Hills Cop II (as a Playboy playmate).