Margot Kidder, who played Lois Lane opposite Christopher Reeve in four Superman movies, passed away at her home in Livingston, Montana at the age of 69 on Sunday.
The reason for her death is still unknown as an unidentified person called the police to her home. When the police arrived, they found her unconscious.
The star from Canada was also seen in 1979 horror film ‘The Amityville Horror’ with James Brolin and Rod Steiger.
She started her career as a TV actress in the 1960s. She made her big-screen debut opposite Gene Wilder in Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx.
The actress, who was married three times, battled bipolar disorder for years and was homeless in 1996 for a while. After a breakdown, she disappeared for four days. She was found in a backyard by a homeowner. Later, she was placed in psychiatric care.
After being cured by orthomolecular medicine, the actress went on to become an advocate for mental health awareness. Until her death on Sunday night, the actress was still working.
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