“What a beautiful bright light we lost today.”
Multiple fandoms are mourning the death of beloved actress Annie Worthing.To general Hospital Dear fans, she was Amelia Joffe.viewers of Star Trek: Picard I knew her as the Queen of the Borg.When the vampire diaries Lovers know that her Lily is the mother of the Salvatore brothers.
It’s a testament to her strength, determination, and talent that even many people who have worked with her in recent years were unaware that Welsing was battling cancer.
I just heard this. cannot be processed. Passion, energy and love for her work. A pleasure to work with. She loved the role and she really enjoyed it. Fuck. pic.twitter.com/hQKqiAQoqh
— Dave Blass (@DaveBlass) January 29, 2023
“What a beautiful, bright light we lost today,” said Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine, Star Trek: Picard). “I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to work and play with them. [her]It breaks my heart to think of her beautiful family and all the people she was lucky enough to know. ”
It is almost impossible to list all the roles Welsing has made an impression on. Apart from the aforementioned, she captivated viewers in both big parts (agent her Reese Walker, twenty four) and small (she may have had a guest gig, you name the show).
However, to daytime fans, she will always be remembered as fictional. general Hospital Amelia, a television producer who has come to town seeking revenge against Kelly Monaco’s Sam, who seduced and killed her father several years ago. It was eventually revealed that Sam (using the name Angela Monroe) had killed Amelia’s abusive father in her self-defense.(Check out some of her scenes from the soap below can.)
I just appeared in general Hospital In just six months, Joffe made a lasting impression on viewers. Many of her viewers happily followed her every step of her career.
Despite being diagnosed with cancer in 2020, many in Welsing’s circle were unaware of her health crisis. Her Go Fund Me, created by her friend and former co-star Ever Carradine, to support her Welthing husband Steve and her sons Freddie, Ozzy and Archie. page, she writes: She wanted to get better so she could continue her work. And honestly, she didn’t really want to talk about it, she wanted to live her own life on her own terms and be with her family. ”
Carradine ended the post with this: Everyone. But no matter how much we loved her, she loved her own sons more. “Like everyone who knew her personally or only through the joy her performance gave them, we want to thank her family and her loved ones she left behind.” I send you my thoughts and prayers.
Think about the other soap stars we’ve lost in recent months.