Original Wednesday star death

Original Wednesday star death

Lisa Loring who formed the character of Wednesday, “Addams family and as the world Turns”, died at the age of 64 after getting a stroke at night. Her daughter Vanessa Foumberg confirmed the news to media.

She told that her mother went to the bed holding hand of both her daughters and after getting a stroke she died on paid. Her friend Laurie Jacobson paid tribute to Loring in heartfelt Facebook post.

Jacobson wrote that she will remain in our heart always as Wednesday Addams. She was a beautiful kind and loving mother and have done a lot for entertainment industry. She added that you were a legacy for your family and friends, wealth of humor, affection and love.

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Characters played by Lisa Loring

Lisa Loring made her first TV debut in 1964 as Dr Kildare, in the episode of medical drama. She played the classic role as daughter of Gomez and Morticia Addams in “Addams Family” which on aired in 1964 to 1966.

The character recently got popular in sequel of Addams Family. Jenna Ortega’s performed beautifully the character in Wednesday. Christina Ricci who played Wednesday in 1991 also posted a heart broken emoji on Instagram showing sadness for Lisa Loring death.

Lisa Loring worked a lot for entertainment industry, appeared in long running opera, “As the world turns”. Her films include “The girl from U.N.C.L.E”, “Fantasy Island”, “and Way down in China town “and” Doctor Spine”. She also worked in adult films as makeup artist.

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Butch Patrick, the 1991 Wednesday Character also remembered Lisa Loring as a dear friend. He added that we were very close friend and worked together. I know she was very weak, Godspeed my friends.

Loring is left with her two daughter, Marianne and Vanessa and loving performances in her fans heart, that will long forever.

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