actor Annie Warching, best known for her roles on the television shows ’24’, ‘Bosh’, ‘Timeless. And voicing Tess in the video game ‘The Last of Us’, has died after a two-year battle with cancer. The New York Post reported. He was 45.
His death was announced through a GoFundMe account to raise funds for the actor’s family.
Her husband Stephen Full also confirmed the news in a statement to CNN. “Today there is a profound hole in the soul of this family. But he left us the tools to fill it. music to dance to. He taught us actor not to wait for adventure. To find you. Go. And we’ll figure it out,” he said.
She continued, “When I dropped our sons, the true loves of her life, down winding driveways and streets, she would scream! ‘Til we were out of earshot and into the world. I can still hear it. Bye my body ‘I love you.’ Love the little family…'”
The actor was diagnosed in 2020, but the type of cancer he was battling was not specified.
Ms. Warching, who was born in St. Louis, Missouri, made her movie debut at the age of 24 in. A 2002 episode of ‘Star Trek: Enterprise.’ In 2009, she was cast as FBI Special Agent Renee Walker in the seventh season of 24. He has also appeared in shows like ‘The Vampire Diaries’, ‘Marvel’s ‘Runaways. The Rookie’ and ‘Star Trek: Picard’. The course of his two-decade career.
Neil Druckman, creative director of “The Last of Us,” the new HBO Max series based on the game. Also actor tweeted about Ms. Weching’s death.
“Just found out my dear friend Annie Warshing has passed away. We have lost a beautiful artist and human being. My heart is broken. Thoughts are with his loved ones,” he wrote.
Abigail Spencer, her friend and Timeless co-star, wrote on Instagram. “This is a devastating loss to our community. She was the backbone of your favorite show and so actor many of us. Ringer. When you need someone to come and kick ass or improve a story line or your life line: Call Annie.”
A GoFundMe page has been set up in support of her children and husband “so they can continue to live the lives they know would make Annie proud.”