Annie Wersching, ‘The Last of Us’ voice actress, dies at 45

January 31,2023


Starlet Annie Wersching died of cancer cells very early Sunday early morning, her publicist, Craig Schneider informed CNN. Wersching was 45 years of ages.

She was best known for having fun FBI representative Renee Walker in the collection "24."

Wersching's hubby, Stephen Complete, launched a declaration to CNN:

"There's a spacious opening in the spirit of this family today. But she left us the devices to fill it. She found wonder in the easiest minute. She didn't require songs to dancing. She taught us not to wait on experience to find you. ‘Go find it. It is everywhere.' And find it we will," he composed.

Wersching also provided the articulate for Tess in "The Last of Us" computer game. Neil Druckmann, the innovative supervisor of new HBO Max collection "The Last of Us" based upon the video game, tweeted on Wesching's passing:

"Simply discovered my dear friend, Annie Wersching, died. We simply shed a beautiful human and musician. My heart is ruined. Ideas are with her loved ones."

(CNN and HBO Max are both component of the same moms and dad company, Detector Exploration).

A GoFundMe was set up by "Handmaid's Story" starlet Ever Carradine on behalf of Annie's children and hubby "so they can proceed to live life in a manner that they know would certainly make Annie happy."

Wersching regularly appeared in tv dramatization throughout the aughts and right into the 2010s. In 2007, she played Amelia Joffe on the long-running ABC soap "Basic Medical facility." Her outbreak role was available in 2008 when she depicted FBI representative Renee Walker on the hit Fox show "24," starring together with Kiefer Sutherland throughout the 8th periods and 7th.

Some of Wersching's various other noteworthy TV credit ratings consist of her role as the love rate of passion of Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) on Prime's 2014 collection "Bosch" and a repeating role as the villainous vampire Lily Salvatore on the CW's "The Vampire Journals."

Portraying the Borg Queen in "Celebrity Trek Picard" in 2022, Wersching often common pictures of herself from set completely outfit gone along with by messages of appreciation for the make-up and prosthetics musicians that changed her right into the intergalactic bad guy. Wersching's role in "Celebrity Trek Picard," which airs on Paramount+, is listed as among the actress's last professional credit ratings on IMDb.

Wersching's hubby wrapped up his declaration with a touching memory on Sunday.

"As I owned our boys, real likes of her life, down the winding driveway and road, she would certainly yell BYE! until we were from earshot and right into the globe. I can still listen to it sounding. Bye my Buddie. ‘I love you little family…'"


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