Lisa Loring Died: A very sorrow news scattered on different social media platform recent days An American actress Lisa Loring, has died 28 January 2023 Burbank, California, United States at 64. Her most notable work was as a child actor, starting at age 6 on The Addams family TV-series role as Wednesday Addams (1964-1966).
Loring was 6 years old when she appeared in 1964’s TV adaptation of Charles Addams’ macabre cartoons. This performance has remained the standard for the character’s portrayal for many decades.
Lisa Loring, who played Wednesday Addams on the first screen adaptations of The Addams Wednesday has died from stroke at 64. Her daughter, Variety, said Loring passed away Saturday night at a hospital in the company of her family.
She said that Loring passed peacefully, with her two daughters holding her hand. Laurie Jacobson, Loring’s friend and author, posted on Facebook that Loring had suffered a “massive stroke caused by smoking .
Who Was Lisa Loring?
Lisa Ann DeCinces famous as Lisa Loring was born February 16, 1958 in Marshall Islands. Her parents divorced at a young age and she moved to Los Angeles with her mom. At age 3, she began modeling and was given the stage name Lisa Loring. In 1964, she made her first TV appearance on the episode of Dr. Kildare, an NBC medical drama.
Loring was 6 years old when she took on the role of Wednesday Addams in Charles Addams’ New Yorker cartoons. Lisa Loring, an actress who played Wednesday Addams in the TV classic adaptation of The Addams Family has passed away. She was 64.
LisaLoring, a victim of stroke complications due to high blood pressure, died Saturday night at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Burbank. Her daughter Vanessa Foumberg informed The Hollywood Reporter.
Loring is most well-known for her role as the morbid, pigtailed Wednesday in ABC’s black comedy The Addams Family. She took up this role in 1964. Although she played the role for two years, it was a landmark for Wednesday live-action portrayals. Jenna Ortega recently praised Loring’s performance on Wednesday.
Loring won the Wednesday part in ABC’s MGM-produced live action television adaptation of Charles Addams’ New Yorker cartoons. She began work at the half-hour comedy series when she was five and a half years old. Later interviews revealed that Loring “learned how to memorize before reading” so she could say her lines.
Loring spoke fondly about her time on The Addams Family at fan conventions as well as in interviews. Loring said that it was like a family and she couldn’t have chosen a better cast or crew in a YouTube interview at Monsterpalooza 2017. “Carolyn Jones and John Astin — Morticia and Gomez — were like my parents. They were amazing.”