British actress Emma Chambers, best known for her role as Alice Tinker on the hit BBC show "The Vicar of Dibley", has died.
The Sun reports a statement from her agency said Chambers died from natural causes and that she would be "greatly missed".
Her representative spoke on Emma's accomplishments throughout the years including the scope of roles she's portrayed during her career on the stage, small-screen, and the big screen.
Emma is survived by her husband, actor Ian Dunn. She was a great, great comedy performer, and a truly fine actress.
She wrote on Twitter: "We're very very sad".
Additionally, Emma Freud, who is the wife of the Notting Hill producer and writer, Richard Curtis, took to Twitter to commemorate the deceased actress. "Emma Chambers. thank you for the brilliance". I never minded. I loved her.
Alice Tinker (Emma Chambers), Vicar Geraldine (Dawn French) and David Horton (Gary Waldhom) in The Vicar of Dibley. He also expressed that she was "too young" and sent thoughts out to her family. At the moment, it's not clear when the funeral service will take place.
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Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson recalled Chambers being "very funny".
John Grant said in a statement: "We are very sad to announce the untimely death, from natural causes, of the acclaimed actress, Emma Chambers. I was playing the lead in an Alan Ayckbourn play and was only given one day off", she told Hitberry magazine.
"Emma created a wealth of characters and an vast body of work".
"It is one of those unusual things, because when you start working on something, you think it is one thing and it becomes something quite different", he continued.
Such terribly sad news about Emma Chambers.
We are sending healing wishes to all those affected by Emma's passing during this hard time.
She also captured worldwide attention for her supporting role in the 1999 Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts comedy Notting Hill. Emma Chambers was absolutely masterful.