Lisa Loring, best known for her portrayal of Wednesday Adams on the beloved 1960s sitcom “The Addams Family,” has died. She is 64 years old.
According to Jacobson, Lorraine suffered a stroke and was on life support for three days before she died.
“Yesterday, her family made the difficult decision to remove it, and she passed away last night. She is embedded in the pop culture tapestry and will always be in our hearts like Wednesday Adams,” Jacobson wrote, adding Say:
“Beautiful, kind and loving mother, Lisa’s legacy in the entertainment world is immense. And a legacy to her family and friends – rich in humor, emotion and love that will live long in our memories. RIP , Lisa. Damn, girl… you are so funny.”
Lorraine was 6 years old when she starred in The Addams Family. She went on to appear in series including “Uncle’s Girl,” “Fantasy Island,” “Barnaby Jones,” and “As the World Turns,” as well as films including “Port Savage” and “Bloody Ramp.” . Most recently, she appeared in the 2015 horror film Chiropractor.
Jenna Ortega’s role as Wednesday Addams (Wednesday Addams) has recently been gaining renewed attention following her role on the Netflix series “Wednesday.”Last month, Ortega Say She pays homage to Loring from the now popular dance scene.
Lorraine is survived by her daughters Marianne and Vanessa.
Representatives for Lorraine did not immediately respond to a request for comment.