Ron Livingston’s Ex-Fiancée Lisa Sheridan Dies at 44

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“Halt and Catch Fire” actress Lisa Sheridan, an American actress who also worked on numerous other series like “Invasion” and “CSI,” died in her New Orleans apartment on Monday, February 25. She was 44.

Sheridan’s “Only God Can” co-star Donna D’Errico shared the news on Facebook. “It’s so rare to find kind, gentle souls like hers in this industry, this city…even this world,” the former Playmate wrote. “Truly one of the most genuinely sweet and gentle people I’ve ever come across in my life.”

Robbi Chong, Lisa Sheridan, Greg Evigan, and Donna D'Errico attend the screening of 'Only God Can' during The International Family Film Festival in Los Angeles on November 6, 2015Robbi Chong, Lisa Sheridan, Greg Evigan, and Donna D’Errico attend the screening of ‘Only God Can’ during The International Family Film Festival in Los Angeles on November 6, 2015

Sheridan’s manager, Mitch Clem, told People that they are still waiting on a coroner’s report for cause of death. The family insists she did not take her own life.

Lisa was born on was born on December 5, 1974, in Macon, Georgia, and attended the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in Pittsburg. She graduated with honors and won the Thomas Auclair Memorial Scholarship Award for Most Promising Student Actor.

Lisa Sheridan died on February 25, 2019. She was 44 years-oldLisa Sheridan died on February 25, 2019. She was 44 years-old

Her numerous television credits include the TV series Invasion, FreakyLinks, Legacy, Las Vegas, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Diagnosis: Murder, Journeyman, and The Mentalist.

Most recently she starred in the independent eco-thriller “Strange Nature,” a 2018 independent eco-thriller film written and directed by special effects artist Jim Ojala.

The actress was previously engaged to American actor Ron Livingston, with whom she appeared in 2000’s “Beat,” which also starred Courtney Love, Kiefer Sutherland, and Norman Reedus. We’ve not yet seen an official statement from Ron Livingston.

Film director Michael Dunaway also remembered Sheridan on Instagram. “She was beautiful, obviously, and an immensely talented actor, and a wonderful friend,” he wrote, “but more than anything she really did radiate this impossibly bright energy and life. Even in her dark moments. And she had plenty of those, especially over the last few years.”

“I’m trying to take comfort in knowing your struggles and pain and grief are ‘at last, and last behind you,’” he continued. “I love you with all my heart, yesterday, today, and forever. Sorry that I can’t write more; it’s just still too painful.”

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