Annie Wersching Death: 24 Star Annie Wersching Dies At 45, Cause Of Death Revealed
The American actress, Annie Wersching, known for her remarkable roles in’ 24’, ‘Bosch’, and ‘Timeless’, has died due to a three-year battle with cancer. Annie Wersching was only 45. She was widely known for her performances on TV shows.
Wersching’s husband, Stephen Full confirmed the death news of his wife on social media. She passed away on Sunday morning in Los Angeles. Her family and friends shared their grief on social media by posting their moments with Wersching.
Wersching was diagnosed with cancer in 2020. She continued her battle for three years with the support of her husband and three sons. The type of cancer didn’t specify yet.
Family And Friends Express Their Sorrow
Her husband Stephen Full said that there is a huge gap in their family today. But his wife left them with the tools to fill the gap between them. He also added that she was just magic, who finds happiness in simple things.
Wersching didn’t need music to dance. she was a courageous woman who taught us not to wait for adventure, but to go for it and adventure will find you soon. His statement continued to mention her love for their sons. The boys are the love of her life. Stephen Full shared his love for Wersching by stating that he loves her so much and adieu to his buddy.
Wersching was born and brought up in St. Louis Missouri. She was good at dancing from her high school days. Wersching started her career on a TV show named Star Trek: Enterprise. Then she started to act in guest starring roles on Tv shows like charmed, supernatural, killer Instinct, and cold case.
She was also active in theatres such as Utah Shakespearean Festival, victory gardens, and Marriot Lincolnshire. Wersching also proved her talent in voice work. She did voice work in the PlayStation Classic, The last of Us. She married American actor and comedian, Stephen full in 2009. They lead a happy life for 11 years. Soon, her disease was confirmed.
The American actress Abigail Spencer, who acted with Annie Wersching in Timeless shared a heartbreaking post about her friend on Instagram. She addressed her deceased person with a hashtag, “Darling @anniewersching ”.
Spencer shared the moments she spend with Wersching and she said that Wersching was one of the best scene partners. Her loss is absolutely shocking news to their community. The situation is so hard for steve and her family.
Spencer also added that her contribution to tv shows was irreplaceable. She was the backbone of many TV shows. Because she was a person with a bundle of talents and full of energy to face any obstacles while shooting time.
Wersching could elevate a storyline. Abigail spencer concluded her post by sending heaps of love and support to the family.
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Jon Cassar, the director of the hit fox drama series 24, shared his experience about the fallen friend on Twitter. The 64-year-old Jon Cassar remembers the days of the show’s first five seasons and the active presence of Wersching. He added on Twitter that he couldn’t control his grief and his heart is broken into pieces.
He also admired her by mentioning her talent and dedication to the work. He recalled the days when she came to perform in the series 24. He described those days as Annie came to his world with an open heart and contagious smile.
She was the favorite person of the whole crew and an intimate friend of Cassar. Cassar also added her positive attitude to her fans. She always found time to interact with her fans amidst her hectic work. Cassar ends his caption by stating that she will be missed and left her mark in their hearts.
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