The actress Annie Wersching, most well-known for her work on television’s series “The Simpsons”, “Star Trek: Picard,” “24,” “Bosch” And “Timeless,” On Sunday, she died in Los Angeles. It was her birthday. 45.
Ms. Wersching’s death was confirmed by her publicist, Craig Schneider. According to a statement issued on Sunday, Ms. Schneider confirmed that the cause of death was cancer. Schneider said that while Ms. Wersching was already diagnosed in 2020, she had not stopped acting. She played the Borg queen on season 2. of “Picard,” You can find more information at “Star Trek” Spinoff from Paramount+ as well as serial killer Rosalind Dyer, ABC crime series “The Rookie.”
Julia Brasher is a Amazon police officer played by Ms. Wersching. “Bosch,” Emma Whitmore is an engineer on the NBC series “Timeless.” On Fox’s “24,” She was the F.B.I. special agent. Renee Walker, agent
“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 shouted whenever Mr. Full and his sons were leaving their home. “Bye!” They didn’t go out for a while. of earshot.
“I can still hear it ringing,” He added. “Bye, my Buddie.”
an interview with the Paramount+ show “The Ready Room,” Ms. Wersching described the role of Borg Queen “certainly a little intimidating.” She said that she was well-versed in the role, as well as those who have played it before she began to interpret and perform her own version. “It’s such an iconic role,” Sie said. “I’m incredibly excited to have everyone see.”
a statement Akiva Goldsman was an executive producer, and it was published on Sunday of “Picard,” described Ms. Wersching as a “gift” And an “utter joy” To work with. “Her entire ‘Star Trek’ family is heartbroken,” He said.
Jon Cassar (director and producer). of “24,” He stated in a statement that the loss was deeply felt of A colleague and a close friend. “Annie came into my world with an open heart and a contagious smile,” He said. “Brandishing such talent, she took my breath away.” He said, “She’ll be truly missed.”
Sandy Wersching raised Ms. Wersching in St. Louis. Her husband, Frank Wersching, and the three of their children, Freddie Full, Ozzie, and Archie Full, are her survivors.