Annie Washing, fighting cancer, finally died…He was 45 years old.
Annie Washing, an actress who was loved for playing the role of FBI agent Renee Walker in the popular U.S. drama “24,” passed away.
According to the U.S. media Deadline on the 29th, Annie Washing died in Los Angeles earlier in the day after fighting cancer.
Actor Steven Full, Annie Washing’s husband, said, “Today, my family’s soul has a cave-like hole. But Washing left us with tools to fill the hole. He found wonder at every little moment of his daily life. Instead of waiting for the adventure to find you, he said, ‘Go and find it. “It’s everywhere,” he said in a statement.
He then said, “Every time I took the children out of the car, he would shout goodbye loudly until we were out of sight. I can still hear his voice. Hello my friend, I love you,” he added.
Annie Washing was diagnosed with cancer in 2020. The type of cancer he was fighting is unknown.
Annie Washing, who made her debut in 2002 with “Star Trek: Enterprise,” has been active in a variety of films, including “Bosch,” “Vampire Diary” and Marvel’s “Run Away” series in addition to the drama “24.”
He continued his career after his diagnosis in 2020, playing the role of Vogue Queen in season 2 of “Star Trek: Picard” and playing the voice of Tess in the video game “Last of Us.”