Actress Annie Wersching has been reported dead at 45. She passed away early on Sunday in Los Angeles.
She was best known for her work on the television shows “Star Trek: Picard,” “24,” “Bosch,” and “Timeless.” She was 45 years old. Craig Schneider, Ms Wersching’s spokesman, confirmed her demise.
In a statement made public on Sunday, Mr Schneider cited cancer as the root of the problem. A “Star Trek” spinoff on Paramount+ called “Picard,” as well as the serial killer Rosalind Dyer on the ABC crime series “The Rookie,” were among the roles Ms Wersching played after receiving her diagnosis in 2020.
Ms Wersching was renowned for her roles as police woman Julia Brasher on the Amazon series “Bosch” and engineer Emma Whitmore on the NBC series “Timeless.” She portrayed Renee Walker, a special F.B.I. agent, in Fox’s “24.”
“There is a cavernous hole in the soul of this family today,” Ms Wersching’s husband, the actor Stephen Full, said in a statement. “But she left us the tools to fill it. She found wonder in the simplest moment. She didn’t require music to dance. She taught us not to wait for adventure to find you.”
Ms Wersching was born and raised by her parents, Sandy and Frank Wersching, in St. Louis. She is survived by her husband and their three children, Freddie, Ozzie and Archie Full.
Source – Tru News Report