Kim Mi-soo
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South Korean actress Kim Mi-soo was only 29 years old when she breathed her last.

Death of the actress, who featured in the Disney+ series "Snowdrop," was announced Wednesday by her agency, Landscape Entertainment, reported CNN. The statement by the agency said that she "suddenly left us on Jan. 5," but no cause of death was revealed.

In a private funeral ceremony Friday, she was laid to rest, reported The Times of India. The burial and final rites of the star reportedly took place at the Taeneungseong Heart Funeral Center in Seoul.

While Mi-soo is the most recent actress who died young, there are other Disney stars whose lives were cut short.

Tiffini Hale

Tiffini Hale, who starred in the "All-New Mickey Mouse Club," suffered a cardiac arrest that left her in a coma after which she died on Christmas day last year. Hale, who was also a member of Disney Channel pop group The Party, was 46.

Her death was confirmed by her former Disney co-stars and fellow band members. Actress Deedee Magno Hall was one of those who posted about Hale's death on Instagram. She shared the "sad news" in a Dec. 30, 2021 post, which was signed by her "Mickey Mouse Club" co-stars Hall, Chasen Hampton, Damon Pampolina, Albert Jeunepierre Fields and "the entire Mickey Mouse Club Family."

She said that Hale is now resting peacefully, and that the late actress' mother Nancy and sister Tanya "send their love to all, as well as many thanks for such kind support through the years." According to the post, Hale's fun-loving spirit, style, talent and beauty "will forever live in our hearts and memories."

Sebastian Athie

Actor Sebastian Athie was just 24 years old when he died on July 4, 2020. The National Association of Actors of Mexico confirmed death of the actor, who was best known for playing Lorenzo Guevara in "O11CE," which aired on Disney Channel Latin America, according to Mirror. The association sent a "hug of solidarity to his family and friends" with their deepest condolences.

The Disney star died of a sudden heart attack; his representative Joe Miguel Gil told PEOPLE. Disney Channel Latin America also paid a tribute to the Mexican actor.

The channel tweeted that it regretted his departure and its team would always remember him for "his talent, companionship, professionalism and above all, enormous heart."

Cameron Boyce

Actor Cameron Boyce passed away on July 6, 2019 at the age of 20 while he was sleeping at his home in North Hollywood home. Epilepsy was confirmed as the cause of his death by Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner, which concluded that Boyce's "manner of death was certified as natural."

Following his death, his mother, Libby Boyce, shared several photos of her son.

In one of them, she captioned, "My sunshine." He featured in Disney's projects like "Descendants" and "Jessie."

Lee Thompson Young

Actor Lee Thompson Young, popular for starring on Disney's "The Famous Jett Jackson," was found dead in his house in Los Angeles on Aug. 19, 2013. He "tragically took his own life," and it is said that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot.

The 29-year-old actor's manager, Paul Baruch confirmed the news, and said that Young "was more than just a brilliant young actor, he was a wonderful and gentle soul who will be truly missed."

His body was found by cops in his apartment after he didn't show up for work on set of "Rizzoli & Isles." The young actor was pronounced dead at the scene.

Two days before his death, he was seen in public and it was believed he could have killed himself later the same day. He reportedly didn't leave a suicide note, but he allegedly kept a diary. The diary entries didn't appear to explain why he decided to take his own life.

File picture of Mexican actor Sebastian Athie
Mexican actor Sebastian Athie, who plays 'Lorenzo Guevara' in Disney's XD TV show 'O11CE', performs during a rehearsal for the press at Non Stop Studios in Buenos Aires, Argentina on July 22, 2016. Once aims at repeating the success of "Violetta" in 2012-2015, which was the first Disney Channel production of its kind in Latin America, and became an international phenomenon. Photo by Eitan Abramovich/AFP via Getty Images

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