He passed away at the age of 44

Cancer Actor Dustin Diamond has only been 3 weeks away

Diamond published a book in 2009 called "Behind the Bell."

The death was absent from the American actor Dustin Diamond, who is famous for the role of "Screch" in the series "Save by the Bell," as he died the day before yesterday of cancer, as confirmed by his director, Roger Ball, to "Agence France-Presse."

Paul explained that Dustin Diamond, 44, was "not tortured," as his cancer was discovered only three weeks ago.

The series "Hello Miss Place" (1987-1989) was the starting point for the California-born actor, and a large part of the series later moved to "Save by the Bell."

The series had been shown on NBC for four seasons, had 86 episodes, and was very popular outside the United States.

The series dealt with the daily lives of students at a fictional Los Angeles high school, Beside High School, and through its simple approach, it raised some of the major problems of adolescence.

Dustin Diamond took on the role of student Samuel "Screach" Bowers, whose interests and way of thinking are in contrast to the character of Zach Morris (Mark Paul Gosselaar), the undisputed protagonist of the series.

Despite his contribution to the success of the series, Dustin Diamond would later get only small minor roles in second-rate productions.

In 2009, Diamond released a book called "Behind the Bell" in which he reported a lot of news from the scenes of the series, but he later admitted that his book was full of lies.

Last year, Dustin Diamond was the biggest absentee from the new season of "Save by the Bell" on the new "Peacock" platform, with the participation of a large number of actors who participated in the original series.

New York, AFP

"Hello Miss Place" was the starting point.

Best known for the role of "Screch" in "Save by the Bell."

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