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Annie Wersching, actress of the series “24” and the game “The Last of Us” dies

The actress Annie Wersching died of cancer early Sunday morning, his publicist, Craig Schneider, told the CNN . She was 45 years old.

She was best known for playing FBI agent Renee Walker on the series “24 hours” .

Wersching’s husband, Stephen Full, released a statement to CNN : “There is a cavernous hole in this family’s soul today. But she left us the tools to fill it. She found wonder in the simplest of moments. She didn’t need music to dance to. She taught us not to wait for adventure to find you. ‘Go find him. It’s everywhere. ‘And we will find him,’ he wrote.

Wersching also voiced Tess in the video game. “The Last of Us” .

Neil Druckmann, creative director of the new HBO Max series, “The Last of Us” based on the game, tweeted about Wesching’s death: “Just learned that my dear friend, Annie Wersching, has passed away. We just lost a beautiful artist and human being. My heart is in pieces. Thoughts are with their loved ones.”

A GoFundMe was created by the actress of “Handmaid’s Tale” Ever Carradine in support of Annie’s children and husband “so they can continue to live life in a way they know would make Annie proud.”

Wersching regularly appeared in television dramas during the 2010s.

In 2007, she played Amelia Joffe on the long-running ABC soap opera “General Hospital” . Her breakthrough role came in 2008 when she played FBI agent Renee Walker on the Fox hit series, “24 hours” starring opposite Kiefer Sutherland during the seventh and eighth seasons.

Some of Wersching’s other notable TV credits include his role as Harry Bosch’s (Titus Welliver) love interest in the series “Bosch” from 2014’s Prime Video and a recurring role as the villainous vampire Lily Salvatore in “The Vampire Diaries” from the CW.

Depicting the Borg Queen in “Star Trek Picard” in 2022, Wersching frequently shared photos of herself from the set in full costume, accompanied by messages of gratitude for the makeup and prosthetics artists who turned her into the intergalactic villain.

Wersching’s role in “Star Trek Picard” which airs on Paramount+, is listed as one of the actress’ last professional credits on IMDb.

Wersching’s husband concluded his statement with a touching remembrance on Sunday.

“As I drove our boys, the true loves of her life, down the winding road and down the street, she would scream bye! until we were out of earshot and in the world. I can still hear it playing. Bye my friend. ‘I love you little family…’”

Source: CNN Brasil

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