Queer adult film star Sophie Anderson died on Monday, 4 December 2023. She was 36.
Sophie Anderson dies: What’s the cause of death?
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News of Anderson’s untimely passing was first shared by her longtime friend and co-creator of the popular British duo, The C**k Destroyers, Rebecca Jones.
In a series of Instagram posts, Jones reflected on her friendship with Anderson after learning of “the awful news of Sophie’s passing.”
“We shared some amazing times together and that’s how I’m going to remember her. The bubbly, funny, kind hearted soul who was outrageous on the outside but also so gentle behind closed doors. We were very close, and we shared a crazy time together that was totally unique to us. That’s how I will remember her. This is so tragic but I know you are now at peace. I will always always love you and hold a special place in my heart,” she wrote.
At this time, Sophie Anderson’s cause of death is unknown.
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Sophie Anderson obituary
Sophie Anderson, born on 23 November 1987, in the United Kingdom, was notably recognised for her work in the adult film industry.
Her rise to broader public attention was catalysed by her partnership with fellow adult film actress Rebecca Jones. Together, they formed The C**k Destroyers, a duo that became well-known for their bold and humorous content on social media platforms.
Their candid approach to discussing their work in the adult industry, combined with their distinctive personalities, garnered them a substantial following, transcending the typical audience for adult entertainment. The duo’s catchphrase became a viral sensation, further amplifying their fame.
In addition to her work in adult films and her social media presence, Anderson’s career extended into mainstream media with her feature on the reality competition show Slag Wars: The Next Destroyer.
This show, which aired on Netflix, offered a unique blend of reality TV and LGBTQ+ advocacy. Slag Wars, created by The C**k Destroyers and Men.com, sought to find the next queer sex symbol.
The series was notable for its inclusive casting and positive representation of the LGBTQ+ community, with Anderson playing a central role as a mentor and judge.
Slag Wars was well-received for its progressive approach and celebration of sexual liberation and diversity. Anderson’s involvement in the show was a significant step in her career, showcasing her ability to cross over into mainstream media while remaining true to her roots in the adult entertainment industry.
Throughout her career, Sophie Anderson navigated the complexities of working in adult entertainment while also breaking into more mainstream spaces.
Reactions to Anderson’s death
Following the tragic news of her death, fans of Anderson flooded social media to pay tribute to the fallen star. Here are some of the reactions we picked: