Jeffree Star Superfan Died : Dylan Cook Wiki, Bio, Age, Cause Of Death, Instagram, Career, Family, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Dylan Cook Wiki

Dylan Cook is the Jeffree Star superfan who died in January 2020 after an overdose of fentanyl in San Diego. He was 27 years old. Cook’s death was mentioned in the January 11 Star video in which YouTube’s superstar confirmed his separation from his ex-boyfriend, Nathan Schwandt.

Toward the end of the video, Star mentioned the sad deaths of both Cook and Kevin Bacon. Bacon, a 25-year-old college student at the University of Michigan-Flint and hairstylist, was killed in a brutal murder on December 24, 2019. Mark Latunski has been accused of murder in the crime. Police believe that the pair met on Grindr.

Dylan Cook Age

He is 27 years old.

Dylan Cook Friend Statement

One of Cook’s friends, Sebastian Lefave, brought the sad death to Star’s attention with a Twitter tribute in which Lefave said that Star was the “influence of [Cook’s] life.” In a heartbreaking tribute to Cook’s tragically short life, Lefave wrote, “You left an impression on everybody you met and it’s a shame we don’t get to be with you anymore. I looked up to you as a kid and will be looking up to you for the rest of my life. It’s sad that this is just the reality of the world we live in.”

Dylan Cook Instagram

On his Instagram page, Cook referred to himself as a hairstylist and make-up artist as well as a “Color Addict.” Cook’s final Instagram post saw him pictured after getting his hair dyed blonde. The post accompanied by a simple caption reading, “#Blondelife.” One commenter wrote on the page, “Damn dude. Cant believe the news. It’s been years since I’ve seen you but I have so many rich memories with you. You were a big part of my most important years of my life. I’ll miss you friend.”

Dylan Cook Song Prom Night

According to friends, Cook was among those who appeared as an extra in the video for Star’s 2012 song, “Prom Night.” On his Facebook About section, Cook wrote, “200 km/h in the wrong lane, and dangerous and moving.” Those words are lyrics from the song, “200 km/h in the Wrong Lane” by Russian pop duo Tatu.


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