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Actress Romy Walthall has died after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest.
Romy’s death was confirmed by her son, actor and filmmaker Morgan Krantz to Variety.
Her children Krantz, Theodore Dudley and Isabella Israel, all shared moving tributes to their mother alongside a slew of throwback photos.
— New York Post (@nypost) June 1, 2021
Romy Walthall Age
Romy Walthall was 57-years-old.
The actress played Molly McNulty in the 1989 horror film The House of Usher, alongside legends like Oliver Reed and Donald Pleasance.
She also portrayed John Travolta’s eccentric secretary Kimberly in the 1997 cult classic Face/Off.
Born in Pasadena, Texas, on September 16, 1963, Romy got her first taste of the limelight when she won the Mother/Daughter USA pageant at 17 in 1980.
She signed with Ford Models later that year and began modelling in Europe, before heading to LA to kickstart her acting career.
Romy’s first movie was the 1984 comedy Up the Creek with Tim Matheson, followed by Jerry Bruckheimer’s Thief of Hearts that same year with Steven Bauer.
Romy scored a slew of TV roles throughout the 1990s, guest starring on shows like Dragnet, Matlock, Jake and the Fatman and In the Heat of the Night.
She also had recurring roles in Civil Wars, Murder One and starred opposite JLo in the TV series Hotel Malibu.
Her final role was Os and 1s in 2011 with her son Morgan. Her children paid homage to their mother in a series of tributes on social media.
Isabella called Romy “the most beautiful woman” and her “best friend” in a lengthy post.
She wrote: “I’ve resigned myself to the fact that there will never be any appropriate combination of earthly words to accurately describe my mother.