Lisa Loring, a popular actress that acted in the role “Wednesday Addams” in the 1960s TV version of The Addams Family, has passed away. According to her daughter Vanessa Foumberg, she passed away as a result of complications from a stroke caused by excessive blood pressure. She told the journalists that “she passed away quietly with both her daughters clutching her hands.” At the time of her death, she was 64 years old.
Jenna Ortega, who acted the same role on the popular TV series “Wednesday,” paid tribute to the illustrious actor in a post on Instagram. “utterly heartbroken. Thank you for everything “Jenna wrote.
Causes of her death
High blood pressure damages or obstructs the arteries, which can result in a life-threatening stroke. Lack of oxygen causes the brain cells during a stroke to die. As a result of this speech, movement, and other essential processes interfere. A stroke might potentially pose a threat to life.
Heart attack, stroke, and other catastrophic illnesses can result from hypertension, which is when blood pressure rises to 180/120 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) or above.
The main causes of hypertension are interruptions in blood pressure treatment, interruptions in cardiac drugs like beta blockers, drug interactions, and occasionally pheochromocytoma or an adrenal gland tumor.
Symptoms of stroke can include vision abnormalities, difficulty in speaking, and numbness in the limbs. One of the main symptoms of the potentially fatal condition is sudden difficulties walking. Other symptoms include dizziness, loss of control or coordination, and problems in speech interpretation.
According to Laurie Jacobson
A friend of Lisa’s, Lisa had a stroke caused by “smoking and high blood pressure.” She spent three days on life support. After her family made the difficult decision to remove it yesterday, she passed away. She will always be known to us as Wednesday Addams in the tapestry of popular culture.
Lisa has left a legacy in the entertainment industry. She is lovely, charming, and a loving mother. Her legacy to her family and friends will be a plethora of humor, love, and compassion that will endure in our memories. Goodbye, Lisa. Damn girl… you were so much fun. Laurie Jacobson penned.
Fans and lovers have shown the actor their respect. ” Rest in peace, Lisa Loring, the original Wednesday Addams. Danny Deraney tweeted.