Lisa Sheridan, actress of "Halt and Catch Fire", who has also collaborated on numerous series such as "Invasion" and "CSI", died in her apartment in New Orleans on February 25th. She was 44 years old.
Sheridan co-star Donna D'Errico shared the news on Facebook.
"It's so rare to find kind and gentle souls like hers in this industry, this city … even this world," she wrote. "She's really one of the most sweet and gentle people I've ever met in my life."
The director of Sheridan said People that they are still waiting for the coroner's report for the cause of death and that the family insists that the victim did not commit suicide.
Sheridan, who attended the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has over 30 television credits, including appearances in "CSI: NY," "The Mentalist," "The 4400" , "Without a trace," and "Diagnosis: Murder." She recently starred in the independent thriller "Strange Nature", written and directed by Jim Ojala.
The actress had previously been engaged to Ron Livingston, with whom she played in "Beat" in 2000, which also included Courtney Love, Kiefer Sutherland and Norman Reedus.
The magazine's director and publisher, Michael Dunaway, also remembered Sheridan on Instagram.
"She was beautiful, obviously, and an extremely talented actor and a great friend," he wrote, "but most of all, she really radiated this incredibly bright energy and life. Even in his dark moments. And she has had a lot, especially in recent years.
"I try to comfort myself knowing that your struggles, your pain and your grief are" finally, and finally behind you, "he continued." I love you with all my heart, yesterday today and forever, sorry to be unable to write more, it is still too painful. "
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She called me Big Brother, and for all intents and purposes, I was. I met Lisa at the age of fourteen, over thirty years ago. We were immediately attached to the hip, real souls sisters from the first minute. For the rest of her life, she was a central part of mine. She was beautiful, obviously, and an extremely talented actor and a great friend, but more than anything, she really radiated that incredibly bright energy and life. Even in his dark moments. And she had a lot, especially in recent years. In recent years, she started telling me, "You are the biggest brother that a girl can have." That was how we ended each conversation. I cherished him then, and I cherish him even more now, knowing that I will never hear him again on this side of the river. So good night, sweet little sister. No one will ever be for me what you were and what you are. I try to comfort myself knowing that your struggles, your pain and your sorrow are "finally and finally behind you". I love you with all my heart, yesterday, today and forever. Sorry that I can not write more; it's still too painful.