Lisa Loring is dead. The actress was known as the first to play the role of Addams. At just six years old, she starred in the mid-1960s sitcom The Addams Family.
Lisa Loring is dead. She was the first person to play the role of Wednesday Addams
Loring’s death was announced by Laure Jacobson, a close friend of the famous actress. The 64-year-old suffered a serious stroke, and from the moment of the event she was kept alive by specialist apparatus. On January 28, it was decided to disconnect the equipment.
“It is with great sadness that we inform you that our friend Lisa Loring has passed away. Four days ago she suffered a massive stroke caused by high blood pressure. She had been on life support for three days. Yesterday her family made the difficult decision to turn off the equipment, Lisa passed away last night.” Jacobson on social media.
“Her character will forever be a big part of pop culture. Wednesday Addams will remain in our hearts. A beautiful, kind, loving mother, Lisa’s legacy to the world of entertainment is immense. And her great sense of humor, love and devotion will be remembered by family and friends.” ” – adds a friend of the late actress.
The original Wednesday Addams has died. Her movements were the inspiration for the famous dance from the Netflix hit
Lisa Loring became famous again thanks to the series “Wednesday”. Fans of the character remembered the original role played in the first adaptation of the Charles Addams comics. It was Loring who first showed Wednesday dancing on the screen, and her movements were repeatedly compared with those presented years later by .
The series starring the late actress had two seasons. A total of 64 episodes were filmed. In 1977, the eccentric family returned to the screens thanks to a special episode in which Loring also appeared. On October 30, the production of “Halloween with the Addams Family” aired.
Lisa Loring was born in Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands and grew up in Hawaii. She soon moved to Los Angeles and began her acting career. At the age of three, she appeared in the series “Dr. Kildare”.
After finishing The Addams Family, she joined the cast of ABC’s The Pruitts of Southampton, a comedy based on the Patrick Dennis novel House Party. She later starred in the soap opera As the World Turns.
In the late 1980s, she also starred in three B-movie slashers: “Blood Frenzy”, “Iced” and “Savage Harbor”.
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