Is “The Last Of US” Star Annie Wersching Pass Away? Revealed Here!

Has Annie Wersching died

Annie Wersching:  Annie Wersching was born on March 28, 1977. Her parents, Sandy and Frank, raised her in St. Louis. Annie is known for her lead role as Renee Walker in the TV show 24 and for her recurring roles in American TV shows like Bosch and Timeless.

After her two seasons on 24, Wersching appeared as a guest star on many other shows, such as CSI, NCIS, Rizzoli & Isles, Hawaii Five-0, Body of Proof, Dallas, Revolution, Castle, Blue Bloods, The Vampire Diaries, and Touch.

In December 2012, it was found out that Wersching was the voice and motion capture actor for Tess in the PS3-exclusive game The Last of Us. Geoff Keighley’s Twitter account gave hints about her character before the story trailer was shown at the Spike Video Game Awards on December 7, 2012.

In 2014, she was a regular on the Amazon Prime crime show Bosch for its first season. In the second season of Star Trek: Picard, which aired in 2022, Wersching played the Borg Queen.

Lets Check Out. Is Annie Wersching Dead Or Not?

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Is “The Last Of US” Star Annie Wersching Pass Away? 

Annie Wersching died of cancer. She was best known for her roles on the TV shows 24, Bosch, and Timeless. Her publicist told her about the deadline early this morning. She turned 45.

Wersching kept working after she was told she would die in 2020. She had important roles in Star Trek: Picard as the Borg Queen in Season 2 and in The Rookie. She also did the voice of Tess in the popular video game “The Last of Us,” which HBO turned into a TV show.

Actress Jeri Ryan paid tribute to her by posting two pictures of herself with the Vampire Diaries star on her Facebook page. She wrote in the caption that she was glad to have worked with Wersching before. She went on:

The actor Stephen Full, who is married to Wersching, made a statement. “Today, there is a huge hole in the heart of this family. But she gave us what we needed to do it. She found wonder in the most ordinary things. She could dance without music. She showed us that we shouldn’t wait for adventure to come to us. “Go look for it.” It’s all over, and we will find it.

“As I drove our boys, the real loves of her life, down the winding driveway and street, she would yell, “Bye!” We were out in the world until we couldn’t hear them anymore. Still, I can hear it ringing. “I love you, little family… ” “Bye, my buddy.” 

As we’ve already said, her family has set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for her sons Freddie, Ozzie, and Archie’s schooling. Its goal is to raise $250,000, and so far about $119,453 has been given.

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