Annie Wershing dies: The 24 and Last of Us actress was diagnosed with cancer
Annie Wershing, the actress best known for her work on the TV series “24” and “The Runaways” as well as the video game “The Last of Us”, has died. She was 45 years old.
Wershing died Sunday morning in Los Angeles after a battle with an unspecified form of cancer, his publicist said News agency. drive from GoFundMe Hosted by “The Runaways” star Ever Carradine, Wersching was described as a dear friend, colleague, and mother who “lived for her family,” “loved her job,” and “cherished her friends.”
“Annie was diagnosed with cancer in the summer of 2020. She’s a private person by nature, and the diagnosis made her even more so,” wrote Cardin, who set up a GoFundMe for Wershing’s husband and children.
He wanted to protect his children. I wanted to get better so I could keep working. And honestly, I didn’t want to talk about it. He wanted to live his life on his terms and be with his family.”… Everyone loved Annie. Everyone. But as much as we loved her, she loved her children even more.”
In Marvel’s Runaways, Wersching played famed church leader Leslie Dean. She also played FBI agent Renee Walker in the long-running crime drama “24” and provided the voice of smuggler Tess Servopoulos in the popular video game “The Last of Us”.
On Twitter, “The Last of Us” creator Neil Druckmann, books “We have just lost a beautiful artist and human being. My heart is broken. My thoughts are with his loved ones.”
Wersching is survived by her husband and fellow actor Stephen Voll and their three sons, Freddie, 12, Ozzie, 9, and Archie, 4.
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