The actress Romy Walthall, known for having participated in titles such as Face to face or the series File X, has died at the age of 57 from cardiac arrest, as reported by Variety after confirmation from his family.
Despite the fact that Windsor’s death took place on May 19 in Los Angeles, his relatives have preferred not to make it public until now. Born in Pasadena (Texas) in 1963, the actress, who he also worked under the name Romy Walthall, began his film career in 1984 with the comedy Soak meatballs by Robert Butler.
Following this, Windsor had episodic appearances on television series such as Moonlight O Murder diagnosis, which he combined with some appearances in horror films such as The House of Usher, adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe ‘s 1989 story Howls IV, the cursed village (the original nightmare).
His best known roles would come with the John Woo tape, Face to face and with his participation in the Millennium chapter of the popular science fiction series File X, from 1999, where she played an agent. The actress retired from acting in 2005, following her appearance on the youth series Life on a Stick.
Following the confirmation of his death, Romy Walthall’s daughter Isabella Israel has shared a post on Instagram saying goodbye to her mother: “She was everything at once. She was my first love, my best friend, and sometimes my staunchest adversary. She was the most beautiful woman I have ever seen.. She was mischievous and funny, light and dark, and she had that kind of magic that can’t be seen with the naked eye. ”
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