Serial 24 star and voice of video game character Tess The Last of Us as motion capture Annie Wersching Dies at Age 45 After A Battle With Cancer


Series 24 star Annie Wersching has died at the age of 45 after battling cancer. Annie Wersching was diagnosed with cancer in 2020, according to Deadline, as quoted by When asked for comment, his rep said there was nothing more to share beyond the news Deadline originally reported.

Annie Wersching’s husband, Stephen Full on Deadline said, “There is a huge hole in the psyche of this family today. But he left us the tools to fill it. He found magic in the simplest of times. He didn’t need music to dance. He taught us not to waiting for adventure to find you. Find it. It’s everywhere. And we’ll find it.”

Annie Wersching, a mother of three, began her on-screen career with appearances in films such as Bruce Almighty and series such as Star Trek: Enterprise, Charmed, and Supernatural, before landing a recurring role as Renee Walker in series 24.

She appeared on 24 for two seasons, before taking on several other roles throughout her career, including a starring role as Julia Brasher at Bosch Amazon Studios. His Timeless co-star Abigail Spencer shared the heartbreaking post on Instagram.

Actually, her full name is Marie Wersching, but she is often called Annie. Since childhood, Annie has shown interest in acting. In fact, he actively starred in theatrical performances in his community.

Actually, her full name is Marie Wersching, but she is often called Annie. Since childhood, Annie has shown interest in acting. In fact, he actively starred in theatrical performances in his community.

Then in 1999, he graduated from Millikin University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in musical theatre. Annie’s fame began when she played Renee Walker, an FBI Special Agent in the television series, 24. She was also known after starring in the General Hospital series as Amelia Joffe. Later, Annie began acting in various other films and series, such as Hawaii Five-0, The Vampire Diaries, and NCIS: Los Angeles.

Annie also worked on the video game project The Last of Us as a motion capture and voice actor for Tess.

The death of Annie Wersching left deep sorrow for her husband and two sons, Freddie Wersching Full and Ozzie Wersching Full.

“My darling @anniewersching. Best scene partner. My #Timeless nemesis, in which we could barely keep a straight face. This is a devastating loss for our community. She was the backbone of many of your favorite shows & our shows. Ringer. Moment You need someone to come along and kick some ass or elevate your storyline or lifeline: call Annie. This is so hard… Steve… no words. Sending you & the boys lots of love & support.”

The campaign has been shared by Alexi Hawley, The Rookie showrunner to The Last of Us creative director Neil Druckmann.

“Just found out my dear friend Annie Wersching has passed away. We have just lost a beautiful person and artist. My heart is broken. My thoughts are with those she loves,” wrote Neil Druckmann.

Condolences were also expressed by Julie Plec, showrunner of The Vampire Diaries. In The Vampire Diaries, Wersching plays afternoon. as Lily Salvatore, mother of Stefan and Damon Salvat

“I became a fan of ’24’ and was lucky to have Annie play the mother of two of the hottest vampires in town. RIP Annie you are an amazing soul,” Plec tweeted.

Born in St Louis, Mo., Wersching’s first screen credit came at age 24 when he appeared in Star Trek: Enterprise in 2002.

After that, Wersching appeared in various series, such as Frasier, Supernatural and Charmed – before landing steady roles as Amelia Joffe in General Hospital and as Renee Walker in 24.

in 2020, Wersching continued acting for the next two years. Wersching’s GoFundMe notes how much the actress looks up to her family.

“Annie lives for her family. She loves her job and values her friends, but Steve and the boys are everything to her,” wrote a GoFundMe.

“It’s a way that Steve can have time to grieve without the stress of having to work. So he can be a dad to Freddie (12), Ozzie (9) and Archie (4) as they navigate their future without their mother, without their sweet Annie. ”

As reported by Variety (29/1), Annie Wersching left her husband, Stephen, with their three sons, Eddie, Ozzie and Archie, aged 12, 9 and 4 years.

Wersching passed away Sunday morning in Los Angeles following a battle with cancer, her publicist told The Associated Press. The type of cancer was not specified.

Neil Druckmann, who created “The Last of Us,” wrote on Twitter that “We just lost a beautiful artist and human being. My heart is shattered. Thoughts are with her loved ones.”

Actor Abigail Spencer, who appeared with Wersching on the sci-fi series “Timeless,” tweeted, “We love you Annie Wersching. You will be deeply missed.”

Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Wersching appeared on dozens of television shows over the course of her two-decade career.

Her first credit was in “Star Trek: Enterprise,” and she would go on to have recurring roles in the seventh and eighth seasons of “24,” “Bosch,” “The Vampire Diaries,” Marvel’s “Runaways,” “The Rookie” and, most recently, the second season of “Star Trek: Picard” as the Borg Queen.

She also provided the voice and motion capture performance for Tess for the popular video game “The Last of Us.”

Wershing was diagnosed with cancer in 2020, according to Deadline, and continued working. She’s survived by her husband, actor Stephen Full, and three sons. A GoFundMe page was set up Sunday to support the family.