Tragic Loss: Hollywood Actor Christian Oliver and Two Daughters Perish in Caribbean Plane Crash

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — U.S. actor Christian Oliver and his two daughters tragically lost their lives in a plane crash near a small private island in the eastern Caribbean, as confirmed by the police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

The devastating incident occurred on Thursday, just west of Petit Nevis island near Bequia, while the plane was en route to nearby St. Lucia, according to an official statement from the police.

The daughters were identified as Madita Klepser, 10, and Annik Klepser, 12. The pilot, Robert Sachs, also succumbed to the crash.

As of now, the cause of the crash remains unclear, as stated by the authorities.

Fishermen and divers in the vicinity promptly rushed to the crash site to offer assistance, while the St. Vincent and Grenadines Coast Guard was dispatched to the area.

“The selfless and brave acts of the fishermen and divers are very much appreciated,” acknowledged the police.

The 51-year-old actor, born in Germany, had an impressive career with numerous credited film and television roles. His credits include appearances in the 2008 film “Speed Racer” and “The Good German,” a 2006 World War II film directed by Steven Soderbergh, starring George Clooney and Cate Blanchett.

Christian Oliver also played the role of Brian Keller, a Swiss transfer student, throughout season two of the 1990s series “Saved by the Bell: The New Class.”