Jake Spak, a 19-year-old actor, and a long-time resident of Los Angeles died yesterday due to a tragic acting related stunt. While acting in his anticipated movie "Death is Tragic," Jake attempted a very dangerous yet necessary motorcycle jump scene. All of the calculations and measures were taken to ensure Jake a safe 50 foot jump. Unfortunately, when Jake was landing, the pressure on the bike was too high and therefore caused the engine to explode instantly. As a result, the force of the explosion caused Jake's legs to tear off and fly in two opposite directions. Jake's body quickly propelled into the air because of his tight grip on the handle bars. Blood scattered on many fans watching this gruesome event.
First, Jake's accomplishments far exceeded the expectations of the average actor. The acting Hall of Fame, which is now being visited more often, was dedicated to him in honor of his short life and unfortunate death. Also, Jake can be found on the set of his first movie, "Babies are Just So Cute," when he was only 2. Not only was he the main character of this movie, but he also won 2 awards in honor of his brilliance and excellence in the field of acting. Furthermore, Jake won numerous Grammy awards and Oscars before hitting age 10. Awards such as "Actor of the Year" and "Actor of the Decade" were presented to him when he was only 15. His recent movies, which critics have been raving about, have won awards such as "Best Picture" and "Most Grossed."
Furthermore, Jake was known to be an inspirational actor and individual. After the death, reporters rushed to hear words from his family and die-hard fans. One reporter gathered from Jake's mother, "Jake was truly an inspiration to all of us and he will be very missed." "Jake inspired me to be an actor," Jake's brother said sobbing, "and look at me now; I'm worth millions but now I feel like shit." "Jake was the type that motivated his fans...