Sandie Crisp ("Goddess Bunny")Age 61 (born 13 Jan 1960)
27 Jan 2021
Los Angeles, California (USA)
Sandie was an actress. According to her son Hunter, she "always lived life as if she was a movie star. Everyone says they don't give a fuck, but she TRULY didn't give a fuck."
In 1998 she had appeared in the video for Marilyn Manson's "The Dope Show", and in 2008 she had appeared in a viral video titled "Obedece la Morsa" ["Obey the walrus"].
The transgender actress Sandie Crisp, famous for the viral video "Obedece la Morsa", lost her life at 61 years of age. The singer Lana del Rey was one of the celebrities who dedicated a farewell message to her on her Instagram account.
"You meant everything to my sister and Hunter, that's why you meant a lot to me. Thank you for bringing so much joy to your lives," the singer wrote.
Sandie, also known as "The Goddess Bunny," battled polio and HIV her entire life; Hunter, an actress very close to Sandie, requested, through the gofoundme platform, donations for Crisp's funeral services.
This morning, Sandie "the Goddess Bunny" Crisp died of COVID-19. She was like family to me. RIP Mom pic.twitter.com/xu0Efj9jJy— Mitchell (@florida_mitch) January 29, 2021
This morning, Sandie "the Goddess Bunny" Crisp died of COVID-19. She was like family to me. RIP Mom
Sandie lived a double life. She was the star of the first viral video, Marilyn Manson videos, and a Carrie Fisher movie, but she lived in a dirty assisted living facility and was bound to a wheelchair.
She suffered from HIV and Polio, and she was a disabled, trans little person long before Caitlyn Jenner.
Sandie lived a difficult life, but instead of complaining, she always lived life as if she was a movie star. Everyone says they don't give a fuck, but she TRULY didn't give a fuck.
Sandie's Instagram profile is https://www.instagram.com/johnnie_baima_sandie_crisp/.