Lisa Sheridan, who had roles in
Invasion and Halt and Catch Hearth, has died at age 44.
Sheridan’s supervisor, Mitch Clem, confirmed her dying to
Folks journal Wednesday night.
“All of us liked Lisa very a lot and are devastated by the loss all of us really feel,” Clem stated. “She handed away Monday morning, at dwelling, in her condo in New Orleans. We’re ready for a coroners report on reason behind dying.”
Buddies of the actress additionally shared the information on social media, together with actress Donna D’Errico, who labored with Sheridan on the 2015 movie
Solely God Can.
“I simply obtained information that my expensive good friend, actress Lisa Sheridan, has handed away. She was discovered Monday morning. I’m sitting right here shocked. Lisa and I filmed a film collectively 5 years in the past and have become very shut on set and remained shut pals after filming ended,” D’Errico wrote Wednesday on Fb.
She continued: “It’s so uncommon to search out type, mild souls like hers on this trade, this metropolis…even this world. Really one of the genuinely candy and mild folks I’ve ever come throughout in my life. She introduced a sweetness and brilliant vitality to any room she occurred to stroll into…even in her darker instances. I’m devastated by this loss. I had simply spoken along with her and every little thing appeared nice and she or he appeared glad and in good spirits. Everybody who knew her liked and adored her. Goodbye and goodnight candy angel…I’ll miss you terribly. Please ship up prayers for her household.”
Regardless of studies on Twitter saying Sheridan might have taken her life, Clem stated her dying was not the results of suicide.
“The household has unequivocally confirmed that this isn’t a suicide. Any suggestion on the contrary is completely, 100% unfounded,” he stated.
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