|Full Name||Dedrick D. Gobert|
Dedrick D. Gobert was born on November 25, 1971, in Shreveport, Louisiana, the United States of America. The Sagittarius zodiac is black in ethnicity and holds American citizenship.
He has completed his high school in Louisiana, and he spent his early days there.
On November 19, 1994, Gobert was seriously wounded and shot during a fight with several gang members in Mira Loma, California.
The shooting occurred when Gobert attended an illegal drag race game in California. His 19-year-old friend Ignacio Hernandez was also shot during the gang fight.
He died right at the time, and after one month of the accident, police arrested a 22 years Philippine national Sonny Enraca, with the help a witness.
He was found guilty with the first-degree murder, and on May 5, 1999, he was sentenced to death.
Gobert's funeral took place in a church, which was attended by his family, friends, and people close to him.
Dedrick began his career in 1991, at the time he was 19 and he appeared in the John Singleton's film Boyz n the Hood. In the movie, he portrayed the role of Dooky, a friend of Darrin.
Gobert's another notable film is Poetic Justice, released in 1993, in the movie he appeared as Lloyd. His last movie was the Higher Learning.
As Derick D. Gobert died at a young age, he appeared in only three movies, and John Singleton directed all of them.
Well before he died, Gobert was in a relationship with girlfriend, Jenny Hyon. However, she was present at the death spot along with her partner, and she also had a shot in the right side of her neck.
Luckily, she survived the attack, but as the bullet was removed, she suffered spinal cord damage and remained paralyzed from neck down.
Dedrick's current net worth valuation would be around $1 million. Although he has fewer appearances in the entertainment industry, he earned well.
During his career time, he used to receive around $30,000 per year.
The rising Hollywood actor passed away at the young age of 23, on November 19, 1994; however, his dedication will always keep him alive.