Lisa Sheridan, actress of Halt and Catch Fire, died at home in New Orleans on February 25 at the age of 44.
The director of the star, Mitch Clem, confirmed his death at People affirming that there is currently no cause of death, but assured the fans that she would not commit suicide.
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"We all love Lisa so much and we are devastated by the loss we all feel," Clem said at the exit. "She died Monday morning at home in her apartment in New Orleans. We are waiting for the coroner's report on the cause of death. "
He continued: "The family has unequivocally confirmed that it was not a suicide. Any suggestion to the contrary is absolutely 100% unfounded. "
Representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News's request for comment.
As reported by Variety, Sheridan attended the Carnegie Mellon Drama School in Pittsburg, Penn. and has won more than 30 television credits over the course of his career. In addition to "Halt and Catch Fire," Sheridan appeared in "CSI: NY," "The Mentalist," "The 4400," "No Trace," and "Diagnosis: Murder."
Her friend and co-star of "Only God Can," Donna D'Errico, told of her death on Facebook with a lovely adieu.
"I'm sitting here stunned. Lisa and I filmed a movie together 5 years ago and became very close on the set. We remained close friends after the end of the shoot. It's so rare to find kind and gentle souls like hers in this industry, this city … even this world, "wrote D'Errico. "She is truly one of the most truly sweet and gentle people I have ever met in my life. She brought a sweetness and a brilliant energy into all the rooms in which she had ventured … even in her darkest moments. "
Director, magazine editor and friend of Sheridan, Michael Dunaway also turned to social media to remember the late star.
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"I met Lisa at the age of fourteen, over thirty years ago. We were immediately tied to the hip, true soul mates from the first minute, "he wrote on Instagram. "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.
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Sheridan was previously engaged to "A Million Little Things" star Ron Livingston.