Off screen, she was one of the kindest, sweetest, most caring [women] I've ever known," Mark Hamill says of the original Lois Lane. Hollywood and beyond are mourning the death of "Superman" star Margot Kidderwho died Sunday at her home in Livingston, Montana.
The actress most famous for bringing Lois Lane to life on the silver screen was 69 at the time of her death, which took over Twitter Monday morning as news quickly spread. Park County Attorney Bruce Becker said that someone called police to report Kidder was unconscious and not breathing in her home.
Police responded and found her dead. Kidder's career took off when she starred opposite Christopher Reeve in the "Superman" movie as well as the film's three sequels. Despite a very public battle with bipolar disorder, Kidder continued to take on small acting roles in TV shows and movies up until this year.
She also had a part in "The Vagina Monologues" on Broadway. View Story During her struggle with bipolar disorder, Kidder was briefly homeless in She later became an advocate for mental health awareness.
Off screen, she was one of the kindest, sweetest, most caring [women] I've ever known," Mark Hammill tweeted. Your legacy will live on forever. On-screen she was magic.
Off-screen she was one of the kindest, sweetest, most caring woman I've ever known. I'll miss you MargoKidder. Thank you for my favourite movie ever.
I was at one of the early emeraldcitycon shows, in the green room, and a hurricane blew into the room. It was Margot Kidder. Loved you for so much more than being such a feisty Lois Lane.
One of my favorite movies of hers is the original Black Christmas. The Lois Lane she created had so much strength, humor and vulnerability that she became as much a part of what made the movie work as the wonderful Chris Reeve, Gene Hackman and others.
I will treasure the moment that I met you forever! There are no Supermen— or women. It is not a character deficiency to acknowledge such struggles and get the help and treatment you need! A spark of vivacious life in all of her films. I loved her in cult horrors 'Sisters' and 'Black Christmas'.
RIP to a unique screen presence. An actor who imbued all her roles with grit, strength and smarts. I chatted with her a couple of times at conventions.
Happy I told her what she meant to us — Barbara Crampton barbaracrampton May 14, So sorry to hear about the passing of Margot Kidder, a great actress and a tower of strength.Idris Elba, Lupita Nyong'o, and Zoe Saldana are often painted other colors or given voice roles. The actress pleads for acceptance for all people in a frank new essay.
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