Actress Galyn Gorg died on Tuesday after a tragic health battle.
The 55-year-old’s death came after doctors diagnosed her with cancer throughout her body and lungs.
After the diagnosis, medical staff warned the American star that she only had days to live, it has been revealed on the GoFundMe page that was set up in memory of the actress and to raise funds for funeral expenses.
A message on the charity side began: “Galyn Gorg was and is a big part of our family, she means so much to each of us.”
The announcement of her medical condition continued: “She was diagnosed with cancer of her whole body and lungs.
“The doctors claimed that she only had days, maybe a week, to live, and after being optimistic and praying for a miracle, she has unfortunately left.”
The statement continued: “We were not aware of how ill she was because the diagnosis was a shock to the whole family.
“We quickly bought tickets to Oahu without any thought, because she was receiving treatment there.”
The statement ended: “Since we spent a lot of time and money, we are now looking for donations for funeral services.
“Every donation is appreciated, even prayers! If possible please share, we want to send her beautifully because her heart and spirit were filled with generosity, love, kindness, forgiveness and compassion.”
Galyn’s sister announced the news that she went via a post on Facebook on Wednesday.
The TV and film star was just one day away from turning 56 when she died on Tuesday 14 July.
California-born Galyn won roles in many amazing productions throughout her career; she played a character named Helena in a 1996 episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and a character named Angie in the 1990 film RoboCop 2.
She had a guest role opposite Tony Todd in the acclaimed Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode of The Visit, where she played a Bajoran woman named Korena.
The beauty grew up in Hawaii and studied liberal arts at Santa Monica City College.
Her first actress was in a 1983 Ray Parker, Jr. music video for I Still Can’t Get Over Loving You.