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Original Wednesday Addams Lisa Loring’s Death Cause Disclosed


Details related to Lisa Loring’s cause of death were announced by her friend who said the actress died at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, California on January 28, 2023.

“She went peacefully with both her daughters holding her hands,” her daughter, Vanessa Foumber, said.

Loring’s personal friend, the author Laurie Jacobson reported on Facebook that Loring had “suffered a massive stroke brought on by smoking and high blood pressure.”

Jacobson said that the actress had been on life support for three days before her family decided to remove it on the weekend.

Jacobson paid tribute to Lisa’s “legacy in the world of entertainment”, writing: “She is embedded in the tapestry that is pop culture and in our hearts always as Wednesday Addams.”

Lisa Loring was born on February 16, 1958, in the Marshall Islands, United States. She is mainly known as a child actress. having played Wednesday Addams at six-year-old on the 1964–1966 sitcom The Addams Family.

The star grew up in Hawaii and later moved to Los Angeles with her mother. Loring began modeling at age three and appeared in an episode of Dr. Kildare, which aired in 1964.

Her mother passed from alcoholism in 1974 at age 34. In 1966, Loring joined the cast of the ABC sitcom The Pruitts of Southampton. Lisa played the character Cricket Montgomery on the CBS soap opera As the World Turns from 1980 to 1983.

Loring Starred in three B-rate slasher films Blood Frenzy (1987, Savage Harbor (1987), and Iced (1988).

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Actress Lisa Loring’s Cause of Death Recognized

Actress Lisa Loring’s cause of death relates to the massive stroke she experienced. She died at 64 on Saturday night in a hospital surrounded by family.

Loring tied the knot with her childhood sweetheart, Farrell Foumberg, in 1973 when she was 15 years old and had a daughter. The pair divorced one year later.

She married her second husband, actor Doug Stevenson, in 1981. Stevenson was a contract performer on another CBS/Procter & Gamble soap opera Search for Tomorrow. She shared a second daughter with Stevenson and their marriage ended in 1983.

Actress Lisa Loring’s Cause of Death Recognized.

In 1987, the actress married adult film actor Jerry Butler. The couple on the set of the 1987 adult film Traci’s Big Trick, on which Lisa worked as a make-up artist and uncredited writer.

In the ensuing years of their marriage, Lisa voiced her dissatisfaction with Jerry’s continued involvement in pornography, and eventually, he began secretly participating in porn shoots without her knowledge.

In an interview with Dateline NBC in the 1990s, he described himself as “addicted to the lifestyle”, embarrassed of his clandestine behavior and its effect on his marriage.

The pair later appeared on the Sally Jessy Raphael Show, again talking about the damage Butler’s porn career was causing to their marriage. Jerry and Lisa divorced in 1992, which was the same year Butler began to exit the hardcore industry, and apparently by choice, virtually disappearing from the public eye for many years.

Lisa married for a fourth time in 2003 to Graham Rich. The pair separated in 2008 and divorced in 2014.

Loring’s friends and fans have taken to social media to honor the legendary actress. Butch Patrick, who played Eddie Munster on “The Munsters,” remembered Lisa on Facebook, writing, “Very sorry to hear of my dear friend Lisa Loring’s passing.”

He added: “We were very close and worked together often. I know she was very weak. I was in her company just a few weeks ago. Godspeed my friend.”

Lisa is survived by two daughters, Vanessa and Marianne, as well as her grandchildren, Emiliana and Charles.

Another heartbreaking news! Founder of influential Punk-Era band Television Tom Verlaine’s cause of death was revealed by his daughter. He died in New York City on January 28, 2023, at 73.

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