“24” actress Annie Wersching died of cancer at the age of 45

Actress Annie Wersching, best known for her role in the TV series 24, has died of cancer, her family said on Sunday. she was 45

“There’s a huge hole in the soul of this family today,” Wersching’s husband, actor Stephen Full, told Deadline. “But she left us the tools to fill it. She found miracles in the simplest of moments. She didn’t need music to dance to.”

“She taught us not to wait for adventures to find you. “Go find it. It is everywhere.’ And we’ll find it,’ he said.

Annie Wersching is pictured at the Season 7 premiere party of "24" in Los Angeles.
Annie Wersching, pictured above in 2008, was best known for her role on the hit TV show 24.

Wersching, who had three children with Full, was diagnosed with cancer in 2020 but continued to work during treatment, including on the Disney+ show Star Trek: Picard.

A GoFundMe set up to support her sons, ages 4, 9 and 12, said Wersching was a private individual who did not want to discuss her diagnosis. It’s not clear what type of cancer the St. Louis native had.

24 director and producer Jon Cassar told Deadline his “heart is broken into more pieces than I can count.”

Annie Wersching plays the character Renee Walker "24"
Wersching leaves behind a man and three boys between the ages of four and twelve.
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Jack (Kiefer Sutherland, L) and Renee (Annie Wersching, R) in an episode of the thriller series "24"
Wersching also played voice roles in the popular video games The Last of Us and Anthem.
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“Annie came into my world with an open heart and an infectious smile. She took my breath away with such talent,” he said. “Annie became more than a work colleague, she became a true friend to me, my family and all the cast and crew who worked with her.”

Wersching played the role of FBI agent Renee Walker in the seventh and eighth seasons of “24.”

Wersching was also known for her video game voice acting, including in The Last of Us, which has since been adapted into an HBO series, and the popular game Anthem.

https://nypost.com/2023/01/29/24-actress-annie-wersching-dead-at-45-from-cancer/ “24” actress Annie Wersching died of cancer at the age of 45

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