Suicide Rumor Behind Actor Farrah Forke’s Cause of Death
Lovely actress who co-starred on the long-running NBC sitcom “Wings,” Farrah Forke’s cause of death has been followed by some controversial rumors since the star passed away on February 25, 2022, at the age of 54.
May the angel sleep well in heaven.
The heartbreaking news was confirmed in a statement by a family friend announcing that Farrah Forke, well-known for appearing in Wings, Justice League Unlimited, Lois & Clark, Batman Beyond, and more, breathed her last breath in her Texas home.
The statement read, “Farrah was fierce, tender, loyal, loving, strong, funny, smart, protective, kind, passionate and utterly irreplaceable,” they said in a statement. “She brought a light so great to the world that even after her passing, the light remains.”
She leaves behind her two sons; her mother and stepfather, Beverly and Chuck Talmage; her three sisters, Paige Inglis, Jennifer Sailor and Maggie Talmage; and her best friend, Mike Peterson.
Farrah was born on January 12, 1968, in Corpus Christi, Tex. As an adult, she relocated to New York to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. Later, she left her career as an actress to raise her twins, Chuck and Wit Forke.
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Put All Rumors Away! Farrah Forke’s Cause of Death Was Cancer
Although soon after the news was released some started to spread rumors about Farrah Forke’s cause of death, official sources announced that she lost her life after battling cancer for several years.
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Forke starred on Seasons 4 through 6 of “Wings,” which aired on NBC from 1990-1997.
She played helicopter pilot (and veteran of Desert Storm) Alex Lambert at the show’s Nantucket airfield, and she was a love interest of both Joe (Tim Daly) and Brian Hackett (Steven Weber) — Brian eventually won her favor.
“Wings” was created by “Cheers” and “Frasier” writers David Angell, Peter Casey, and David Lee. The show additionally starred Tony Shalhoub and Thomas Haden Church.
Also, Forke had a regular role as attorney Mayson Drake on Season 2 of “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.” Her acting résumé includes the TV shows:
- “Ned and Stacey,”
- “Mr. Rhodes”
- “Party of Five”
- Brain Twisters” (Forke’s first feature in 1991),
- Barry Levinson’s “Disclosure” (1994),
- Michael Mann’s “Heat” (1995)
- Forke did voice acting as well, playing the superhero Big Barda on the television series “Batman Beyond” and “Justice League Unlimited.”
Farrah Forke’s family asked fans to donate to the American Cancer Society as an alternative to sending flowers.