Annie Wersching 

‘24’ Actor and Tess in ‘The Last of Us’ Video Game, Dies at 45


Entertainer Annie Wersching died of disease early Sunday morning, her marketing expert, Wersching was 45 years of age. She was most popular for playing FBI specialist Renee Walker in the series "24."


Wersching's significant other, Stephen Full, put out an announcement. 


"There is a huge opening in the spirit of this family today. Be that as it may, she passed on us the devices to fill it. She tracked down wonder in the easiest second.  


She didn't expect music to move. She showed us not to trust that experience will track down you. 'Go get it. It's all over.' And find it we will," he composed. 


Wersching additionally gave the voice to Tess in "The Remainder of Us" computer game. Neil Druckmann 


The inventive overseer of new HBO Max series "The Remainder of Us" in light of the game, tweeted on Wesching's passing: 


"Just figured out my dear companion, Annie Wersching, died. We just lost a wonderful craftsman and individual. My heart is broken. Contemplations are with her friends and family."