Lisa Loris, the original 'Wednesday Addams' dies at 64
- Netflix show "Wednesday" borrows most of its characters from the classic " The Addams".
- Both "Wednesdays" are fond of creepy scenarios, including murders.
Wednesday Addams, the original character recently replicated in the new Netflix series "Wednesday" is dead.
Addams, whose real name is Lisa Loring died of a "massive stroke" on Saturday, Daily Mail says. She passed away at the age of 64.
One of her friends Laure Jacobson shared news of her death on Facebook, saying the deceased died after being taken off life support.
"It is with great sadness that I report the death of our friend, Lisa Loring. 4 Days ago she suffered a massive stroke brought on by smoking and high blood pressure.
"She had been on life support for 3 days. Yesterday, her family made the difficult decision to remove it and she passed last night," Jacobson added.
Loring was famous for her role as Wednesday Addams in the iconic fictional TV show dubbed "The Addams". She reportedly took up the role in 1964 when she was six years old and played the character until 1966, covering almost 64 episodes.
Her stage name was taken up by Jenna Ortega in the Netflix comedy/fiction series "Wednesday". It was released in November 2022. "The Addams" and "Wednesday" share most features such as both comprise of a fictional nuclear family with Wednesday's parents as Morticia and Gomez Addams and a little brother named Pugsley.
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