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Dune actress Alicia Witt’s parents were both found dead at their Massachusetts home after the star didn’t know about them.

Dune star Alicia Witt’s parents were found dead in their home, according to reports.

The actress asked a relative to check on Robert Witt, 87, and Diane Witt, 75, at their home in Worcester, Massachusetts because she hadn’t heard from them for “several days.”

Alicia Witt's parents were found dead in their home

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Alicia Witt’s parents were found dead in their homeCredit: Rex

In a statement, Witt, 46, said: “I reached out to a cousin who lived near my parents to check on them. Sadly, the outcome was unimaginable.

“I ask for some privacy at this time to grieve and bow my head to these surreal events and losses.”

Police have not confirmed a cause of death but say there is no sign of foul play.

An autopsy will be conducted and officers have scoured the home as they try to determine the cause of death.

Lt Sean Murtha, of Worcester Police, said: “I can confirm that police were dispatched to the residence and found a man and a woman dead. No sign of foul play. It is under investigation”.

The actress’s parents have lived in Worcester for decades.

Witt rose to prominence as a child actress when she starred in the films Twin Peaks and Dune.

The star was only turning eight years old when the filmmakers produced Dune.

She has also starred in shows like The Walking Dead, Sopranos, Two and a Half Men, and Orange Is the New Black.

Witt is also a pianist and made his stage debut in Los Angeles in 2001.

Witt made famous in the 1984 film Dune

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Witt made famous in the 1984 film DuneCredit: Alamy

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Huynh Nguyen

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