Annie Wersching, who played Tess in The Last of Us, has died
Actress Annie Wersching, who played the role of Tess in Naughty Dog. Last of us video game, died at age 45.
Wersching was diagnosed with cancer in 2020 but continued to act throughout her illness and treatment, appearing on series such as Star Trek: Picard. As Term reportsher husband, Stephen Full, said in a statement:
Today there is a deep hole in the soul of this family. But she left us the tools to fill it. She found miracle in the simplest moment. She didn’t need music to dance. She taught us not to wait for adventure to find you. – Find him. It’s everywhere. And we will find it.
She is perhaps best known for her role as Renee Walker in series seven and eight. 24, although she also appeared regularly on Bosch and timeless same. Wersching is survived by her husband and three sons.
Neil Drickmann of Naughty Dog wrote “Just found out that my dear friend Annie Wersching has passed away. We have just lost a wonderful artist and person. My heart is broken. Thoughts with her loved ones.
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As you can see in the video below, Wersching not only voiced Tess, but also acted as a motion capture character.
Our thoughts are with her family and friends. GoFundMe was created for the Wersching family.:
This is Go Fund Me for them. This is so that Steve has time to grieve without having to work. So he can be a daddy to Freddy (12), Ozzy (9) and Archie (4) as they travel through the future without their mom, without sweet Annie. This is so they can continue to go to baseball games (Go Cardinals!), take music lessons, and play in junior high. It’s to help pay for college. This is so Steve can continue Annie’s tradition of filling the house with all the life-sized balloons that will fit in the car on her birthday morning. This should give them time to navigate the lives of a family of four without the burden of paying medical bills or funeral expenses. This is so that they can continue to live so that Annie can be proud of them.
Everyone loved Annie. Every. But as much as we loved her, she loved her boys more. Let’s help take care of them for her.