Actress Lisa Loring, who played Wednesday Addams on the 1960s sitcom The Addams Family died Saturday at 64.
The news was confirmed to CBS News in a statement by Loring’s agent, Chris Carbaugh of C and V Promotions. Loring died on Saturday “surrounded by her family. Lisa was a very loving mother, grandmother, and friend with a lifetime of amazing stories and experiences. She brought to life one of the most iconic characters in Hollywood history that is still celebrated today. Lisa loved sharing her memories and meeting all her fans across the world. She will be missed dearly,” the statement said.
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She is survived by two daughters from two separate marriages, Vanessa Foumberg, and Marianne Stevenson.
Who are Lisa Loring’s children, Vanessa Foumberg, and Marianne Stevenson?
Vanessa Foumberg was born to Loring and her first husband Farrell Foumberb in 1973. She is now 50 years old. Her father Farrell Foumberg was Loring’s childhood sweetheart, whom she married in 1973 when she was 15. They parted ways and got divorced a year after getting married. Loring married four times throughout her life.
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Marianne Stevenson was born to Loring and her second husband Doug Stevenson in 1984. She is now 39 years old. His father was a regular on the soap opera Search for Tomorrow. Doug Stevenson appeared in several films, including The Prowler (1981), Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive (1992), and Breaker! Breaker! (1977).
Loring was raised in Hawaii. She and her mother later relocated to Los Angeles. She began modeling at the age of three. She then ventured into the worlds of film and television. She made an appearance in an episode of Dr. Kildare in 1964.
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Lisa’s mother died when she was only 16 years old, in 1974. She died of alcoholism at the age of 34.
Loring gained popularity as the young Wednesday Addams in the 1960s sitcom The Addams Family, which aired for two seasons from 1964 to 1966.