Annie Wershing, Actress in 24 Movies, Marvel’s Runaways Dead at Age 45 – Rolling Stone

Annie WershingWho is the Photographed by Renee Walker on 24 and Leslie Dean in Marvel’s runaways, Die. She was 45 years old.

A representative for the actress confirmed to Hollywood Reporter Ann Werching, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2020, passed away Sunday in Los Angeles.

“There is a cavernous hole in the spirit of this family today. But she left us the tools to fill it,” her husband, Stephen Voll, said in an online statement. THR. ‘You found amazement in the slightest moment. You didn’t need music to dance. You taught us not to wait for adventure to find you. Go find it. It’s everywhere.’ And we will come back to find it.

“As I lead our boys, love of her real life, down the winding driveway and street, she would shout Goodbye! Until we were out of earshot and entered the world,” he continued. “I keep ringing. Goodbye, my friend. “I love you, your little family…”

Wersching has had a recurring role in 24, where she played an FBI special agent alongside Kiefer Sutherland’s Jack Bauer in the series’ seventh and eighth seasons. Also portrayed by Julia Brasher – a recurring role in Bush She appeared in the first two seasons and in Season 7. Marvel’s runaways She portrayed Leslie Dean, Karolina’s half-alien mother, appearing in three seasons. Her longest running role was as Amelia Joffe Public HospitalShe appeared in 80 episodes.

While she was known for her television roles – which also included guest spots on shows like AngelAnd Boston LegalAnd CharmAnd Fraser, and more – She’s also done video game voice work. It is worth noting that she originated the role of Tess in the video game in 2013, The last of us.

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Born and raised in St. Louis, Wersching began her career in theater productions before attending Millikin University where she earned a BFA in Musical Theatre. She has also toured productions Anything goes And Christmas carol.

Her recent parts have included recurring roles as the Borg Queen in Star Trek: Picard Photography by Rosalind Dyer rookie rookie.

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