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Margot Kidder, the Lois Lane of "Superman" films, committed suicide (forensic pathologist)

Margot Kidder, the Lois Lane of "Superman" films, committed suicide (forensic pathologist)

Los Angeles – Canadian actress Margot Kidder, who was known for playing Lois Lane in the "Superman" saga with Christopher Reeve and died in mid-May at the age of 69, committed suicide, concluded the county's coroner's office. Park, Montana.

"His death was classified as suicide by the Park County Medical Examiner", according to a joint statement by the family of the actress and the coroner.

His family "urges people with mental disorders, addictions and / or suicidal thoughts to seek advice and appropriate treatment", states the note, adding that no further details will be transmitted.

Bipolar, Margaret Ruth "Margot"Kidder had a nervous breakdown in 1996 before fighting to educate the public about mental health problems.

She died on May 13th. His agent confirmed the news the next day, saying that Kidder was dead "peacefully in sleep".

Born in October 1948, she became famous for her portrait of Lois Lane, Superman's companion, in the first four superhero films between 1978 and 1987.

He gave an answer to Christopher Reeve, who died in 2004. A riding accident made him a tetraplegic actor in 1995.