Actress Annie Wersching, well-known for her character as FBI agent Renee Walker in the series “24,” passed away at the age of 45 only. She breathed her last breath in Los Angeles after battling cancer for several years.
Her sudden demise has left the entire industry at shock. The creator of ‘The Last of Us,’ Neil Druckmann, took to Twitter to share his grief. He said that the industry had lost a talented artist and a beautiful human being. He further added that his heart had shattered into pieces, and he conveyed his deep condolence to her family.
Annie Wersching was born and brought up in St. Louis. She appeared in several popular shows. She started her career with ‘Star Trek: Enterprise,’ and later appeared in Marvel’s “Runaways,” “The Rookie,” Vampire Diaries, and many more. Annie also gave a voice and motion capture performance for “The Last of U,” video game.
According to the sources, Annie Wersching was diagnosed with cancer in 2020. However, the type of her cancer has not been specified.
Annie left behind her husband, actor Stephen Full, and three sons.