MUMBAI: Here’s some sad news! Kathy Lamkin is no more.
The actress, best known for her roles in films like No Country for Old Men and Texas Chainsaw Massacre, has died. She was 74.
A Texas-based agency revealed that Lamkin died on 4 April after suffering from a short illness. Lamkin was cast in the role of Desert Aire trailer park’s manager in the Coen brothers’s 2007 Oscar-winning film No Country for Old Men, alongside Javier Bardem.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lamkin was living in Pearland, Texas, and passed away on April 4 after a short illness. News of Lamkin’s death was announced by the Linda McAlister talent agency on Monday (11 April) on Instagram. “Kathy was immensely talented and such a kind and funny soul. She lives on in the great roles that she so creatively and uniquely brought to life. How amazing to have known this incredible person,” the agency said.
The Texas-born actress portrayed the mysterious Tea Lady in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, which was released in 2006. She has also been part of projects such as Waiting for Guffman, The Life of David Gale, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and The Astronaut Farmer, among others. Malcolm in the Middle, Nip/Tuck, Medium, Bones, Boston Legal, and My Name Is Earl are some of the TV shows where she worked.
May her soul rest in peace!
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