Ferry Doedens (l.) with Dave Mantle.
“Dear Dave, words shoot too short and I can still not believe it,” responded Ferry Sunday afternoon on Instagram on the death of Dave. “For two years we have intensely collaborated with each other with love, but sometimes we could also meet at the hair fly. Make them crazy up there. Family and friends enormous amount of strength desired.”
The relationship of Lucas and Menno in the RTL-soap opera produced in 2014 unique tv on. The marriage of the two was the first gay marriage in a Dutch soap.
Also the creators of Good times, bad times responded Sunday via Instagram on the sudden death of Dave, who in 2014 say goodbye to the series. “We are shocked by the terrible and sad news. Dave was a beloved colleague and his role as Menno Kuijper a lot for the series and the social subject lhbti means. His commitment, dedication and love for the profession, we will never forget. We can barely contain, so suddenly and so young. Our sympathy goes to the relatives.”
The next of kin of Dave made Sunday via the Instagram account of the actor, announced that he Saturday morning in a natural manner died. The actor, who, in addition to Good times, bad times, also played in Doctor Tinus and The surrender, was this spring, had surgery on his gallbladder, where he has for months suffered from. Dave is also seen in the film Kill Mode, that has yet to appear.
Not only GTST colleagues responded via social media on the death of Dave. Stylist Maik de Boer, a friend of the actor shared on Instagram a number of photos of Dave. “Too young and too soon!”, wrote Maik at the pictures. “I wish above all his great love Dapheny strength this intense sadness to bear. Of course, a lot of strength for his mother Donna, his father and all other relatives.”
Maik writes “the fine moments and lovely conversations” with Dave to cherish. “You sent me always selfiekusjes if I get through sat. Now, I will send you a last kiss and comfort me with the thought that, after this life more beautiful should be otherwise, I understand, sincerely, is not that you are taken from us are beautiful human beings.”