American actress Piper Laurie, who became famous through Stephen King films such as “Carrie – Devil’s Youngest Daughter” or “Twin Peaks” by director David Lynch, died on Saturday at the age of 91 in Los Angeles. .
Laurie has been seen in films and television series for decades, first appearing in the 1950 film “Age is No Protector of Love” with Ronald Reagan.
Numerous Oscar nominations and a Golden Globe Award
Laurie received her first Academy Award nomination in 1962 for Best Actress in the drama “The Hustler.” For her role as Catherine Martell on the hit series “Twin Peaks,” she won a Golden Globe Award in 1991 and received two of her nine Emmy Award nominations.
She was last seen in the 2018 crime film “White Boy Rick” with Matthew McConaughey. Piper Laurie, whose real name is Rosetta Jacobs, was married to Pulitzer Prize winner Joe Morgenstern from 1962 to 1982.
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