Actress Annie Wersching died early on Sunday in Los Angeles following a battle with cancer at the age of 45.
The role of FBI agent Renee Walker in the action drama series “24” was Annie Wersching’s most well-known performance.
Annie Wersching Death Cause, Illness And Tribute
The actor Annie Wersching, well known for her work on “24,” “Bosch,” and for creating the character of Tess in the video game “The Last of Us” from 2013, has passed away after a two-year struggle with cancer. She was 45.
A GoFundMe account that was published to solicit funding for the actor’s family contained a statement confirming Wersching’s passing. The ad was created in collaboration with “The Last of Us” creative director Neil Druckmann, “The Rookie” showrunner Alexi Hawley, and “The Vampire Diaries” showrunner Julie Plec.
Annie Wersching Age
Annie Wersching, 45, born in St. Louis, Missouri, made her movie debut at 24 in a “Star Trek: Enterprise” episode from 2002.
Before securing recurring roles as Amelia Joffe in “General Hospital” and Renee Walker in “24,” Wersching would go on to make appearances in a number of programs, including “Frasier,” “Supernatural,” and “Charmed.”
Wersching would eventually become a recurrent character on “Timeless,” “The Vampire Diaries,” and “Extant.” Wersching also makes appearances in “The Rookie” and “Runaways.”
Wersching continued performing for the next two years despite receiving a cancer diagnosis in the year 2020.
Husband And Children Of Annie Wersching
The actor Wersching loved her family dearly, according to his GoFundMe page. “Annie gave her all to her family.
Her three boys, Eddie, Ozzie, and Archie, who are now 12, 9, and 4 years old, as well as her husband Stephen, survive Wersching.
Steve will have time to mourn without being under any time constraints from his job. In order for him to be Freddie’s (12), Ozzie’s (9) and Archie’s (4), dad as they navigate life without their mother, beautiful Annie.