Famed actress Vonetta McGee has died at the age of 65.
The woman known for her roles in Blaxploitation films such as “Blacula,” “Hammer” and “Shaft in Africa”, died July 9th in Berkley, California.
Reps for McGee confirm that she died of cardiac arrest after being on life support for two days.
She also starred alongside Clint Eastwood in “The Eiger Sanction” and had roles in the “The Lost Man,” “Detroit 9000,” “Brothers,” “Repo Man” and “To Sleep With Anger.”
She is survived by her husband, mother, son, three brothers and a sister.