Actress Lisa Loring has passed away. She became very famous for her role as the child character of Wednesday Addams in 'The Addams Family' TV show. Washington: American actress Lisa Loring, best known for her role as the child character Wednesday Addams in 'The Addams Family' television series, has passed away. He said goodbye to the world forever at the age of 64. The actress played the role of Wednesday Addams in 'The Addams Family' television series in the 1960s, for which she was very famous. Please tell that according to the report by the US media, the cause of his death was said to be due to stroke. It came a few months after the spinoff show 'Wednesday' starring Jenna Ortega was released on Netflix. At the same time, Chris Karbaugh, a longtime agent, told in a statement on Monday that Loring died on Saturday among his family. He brought to life one of the most iconic characters in Hollywood history, who is still remembered today. Laurie Jacobson, a close friend of Loring's, wrote in a Facebook post that she had "suffered a massive stroke due to smoking and high blood pressure". He wrote that Loring remained on a ventilator for three days, after which his family made the difficult decision to remove it. She will live on forever in our hearts as Addams. The actress, born Lisa Ann DeSinces in the Marshall Islands, was cast in the 1964 sitcom at the age of six wearing pigtails. This was his most famous role.