An Irish nun from Co Derry killed in an earthquake in Ecuador two years ago is the subject of a new documentary.

Clare Theresa Crockett was killed on April 16, 2016, when a school building collapsed on her. The 33-year-old was teaching guitar in an Ecuadorian school when the 7.9 magnitude earthquake hit.

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Clare was at one time a budding actress, appearing when she was 15 on Ireland’s Channel 4’s Get With It! and later becoming a host on Nickelodeon.

Clare left the pursuit a fame behind when she discovered her faith and decided to become a nun.

After entering the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother on August 11, 2001 and taking her first vows, Sr Clare served in the order’s communities in Belmonte, Cuenca in Spain, Florida, Valencia, and Ecuador.

Presented by HM Television, the documentary, All or Nothing: Sr Clare Crockett, will air in Derry and Ecuador on Monday and includes over 15 years of photographs and videos from Sr Clare’s life, The Irish Post reports.

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Her sister Shauna Gill told BBC Radio Foyle: “She was the happy-go-lucky, famous nun who helped so many people and is still helping people after her death.”

Gill called the documentary a fitting tribute to her sister.

A screenshot of Sr Clare Crockett in the documentary about her life, "All or Nothing: Sr Clare Crockett."YouTube/HM Television