The Tragic Death Of Jeanette Maus

In tragic news, actor Jeanette Maus died on Jan. 24, 2021. The sad news was broken by her fiance, Dusty Warren, who shared the news on Facebook. "It is with a shattered-yet grateful-heart that I inform you that Jeanette Maus passed away late last night due to complications of cancer," Warren said (via Deadline). "I'm really sad, but I'm super proud of her. She fought so hard, with tremendous grace and optimism, inspiring myself and I'm sure many of you." 

Maus was diagnosed with colon cancer, according to People, in April 2020. In response, Warren set up a GoFundMe page for Maus because she wasn't able to work during her battle with cancer. Warren's words about Maus were heartwarming, as he said of her: "Anyone that knows Jeanette is aware of how amazing she is. Her outlook during these past six months has blown me away. With her history of Crohn's disease, she has already gone through so much."

More people have reached out to support Warren and her family and friends. Here's what they had to say.

Jeanette Maus is remembered as a producer and writer as well as an actor

Jeanette Maus passed away in early 2021, marking one more on the tragic list of celebs we've lost in 2021. Her acting credits include Charmed City Kings, Dismissed, and Your Sister's Sister, per her IMDb page. Fun fact: Maus was also in My Effortless Brilliance, which she co-wrote, according to Deadline. It doesn't even stop there. She also "directed and produced the short Je Suis Ici" according to the outlet. She also had hilarious YouTube videos where she played a character called Roxanne.

John Rosenfeld Studios, with whom Maus had a long relationship, posted a warm memory of her on Instagram. "Our hearts are broken today. As many of you now know, our beloved Jeanette Maus passed on to a better place last night at 11:11," they wrote. Maus was not only an actor but also a teacher, and the studio made mention of this. "Jeanette has been part of the JRS family for almost a decade and became part of the studio's DNA as a student, teacher, coach and friend. Jeanette was truly an artist, and felt truly grateful to live as an artist. She had an indomitable spirit and was hungry to be the best person, the best teacher, the best friend and the best actor she could be," they wrote.

What an amazing person. She will be dearly missed.