Lisa Sheridan, the beautiful brunette actress who starred in Halt and Catch Fire, has died.
As RadarOnline.com has learned, the 44-year-old passed away this Monday, February 25 inside her home. Two days later, her manager, Mitch Clem, confirmed the news to PEOPLE.
“We all loved Lisa very much and are devastated by the loss we all feel,” Clem said. “She passed away Monday morning, at home, in her apartment in New Orleans. We are waiting for a coroners sic report on cause of death.”
Though her loved ones are still uncertain of what caused her untimely death, Clem said: “The family has unequivocally confirmed that this is not a suicide. Any suggestion to the contrary is absolutely, 100% unfounded.”
After learning of her death, various of Sheridan’s costars took to social media to voice their sadness.
Actress Donna D’Errico, who worked with Sheridan in the 2015 film Only God Can described her as “Truly one of the most genuinely sweet and gentle people I’ve ever come across in my life.”
“I am devastated by this loss. I had just spoken with her and everything seemed great and she seemed happy and in good spirits. Everyone who knew her loved and adored her,” D’Errico, 50, continued on Twitter, sharing photos of her with her dear friend. “Goodbye and goodnight sweet angel…I will miss you terribly.”
Filmmaker Michael Dunaway also wrote a tribute to his friend on Facebook, sharing a gorgeous black-and-white photo of her.
“She called me Big Brother, and for all intents and purposes I was. I met Lisa when she was fourteen years old, over thirty years ago,” he wrote. “We were immediately attached at the hip, true soulmates from minute one.”
In his emotional message, Dunaway gushed about Sheridan, speaking of her talents, positivity and immense kindness.
“I love you with all my heart, yesterday, today, and forever. Sorry that I can’t write more; it’s just still too painful,” he concluded.
R.I.P. Lisa Sheridan.
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