BREAKING: World Famous Celebrity Just Suddenly DIED

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It is with great sadness to report that actress Celeste Yarnall, who appeared with Elvis Presley on screen, and starred on the 60’s hit show “Star Trek” has passed away. She was just 74 years old.

Her husband, British artist Nazim Nazim, confirmed Yarnall died Sunday afternoon after “a long struggle” with ovarian cancer.

“She was pure love and pure light,” Nazim told Fox News. “This was her essence. She was a source of good. She was always for the betterment of humanity, especially women. She was very much a trailblazer in women’s empowerment. She was a spectrum of things.”

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Nazim shared the couple married in 2010 and had been together for nine years.

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“It was the most glorious, ecstatic period of our lives,” he explained. “We found each other and it was a union of pure love. We were entwined. It’s so incredible to be blessed, to be able to serve a queen like her. She was magnificent in so many ways. She lit up the world with her kind heart and beauty.  She was a wonderful mother. She took care of a fantastic daughter. She had a beautiful granddaughter and a wonderful son-in-law. Her family was very precious to her.”

Nazim tearfully added, “I’m just so inconsolable. She was my everything.”

The Hollywood Reporter reports that Ms. Yarnall was originally discovered by Rock and Ozzie Nelson while she walked past their studio offices on the way to an audition. This resulted in a guest appearance on “The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet” in 1962. She then appeared alongside Jerry Lewis in “The Nutty Professor” and Jack Lemmon in “Under the Yum Yum Tree,” both released in 1963.

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In 1968, Yarnall starred opposite Presley in “Live a Little, Love a Little” as Ellen, who memorably insists she can’t shack up with the star’s character because he’s a Sagittarius. He then tries to seduce her by singing “A Little Less Conversation.”

YouTube video courtesy of Jimmy Cool

Yarnall’s TV résumé also included Bonanza, Hogan’s Heroes, It Takes a Thief, Captain Nice, Mannix, Bewitched, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and the 1971 pilot for Columbo.

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In addition to her husband, survivors also include her daughter Cami, son-in-law Stephen and granddaughter Gaby.

StarTrek.com was the first to report her death.

We send our deepest condolences out to her family and friends.

Rest in peace dear and thanks for the memories.

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