Actress Lindsey Perlman, known for her work On Chicago Justice And the Public HospitalShe was found dead in Los Angeles after she was last seen on February 13. She was 43 years old at the time of her death. Her death was reported by Los Angeles Police and confirmed by family members on February 18.
The Los Angeles Police Department Reported that officers in the Hollywood District were called over the radio for an inquest of the death at approximately 8:30 a.m. PT on February 18, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Lindsey Perlman was found dead. At the time of writing, the coroner has not determined the cause of death.
News of Lindsey Perlman’s death comes two days after the Los Angeles Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit began seeking public assistance in an effort to find the actress on February 16, with a post on the unit. Twitter An account that provides information about Perelman and how to contact the authorities.
The public report from the Los Angeles Police Department stated that she was last seen on February 13 at around 12 p.m. PT, although her husband, Vance Smith, later posted on Instagram The date is incorrect and was last seen on February 15 at 9pm PT. Smith confirmed the news of his wife’s death on instagram And also with the message and the request:
Chicago-born Lindsey Perlman has appeared in many popular shows and even franchises over the years of her career, starting with the role of on Fox empire. Then it was repeated in several episodes of Chicago Justiceas part of One successful world of Chicago TV. It is worth noting that she appeared in multiple episodes of long-running series Public HospitalShe had a role in Netflix Selena: SeriesShe played a role in the United States of America Cleansing TV programmost recently appeared in several episodes of Mrs. Bate Show And the brutal.
Savannah Perlman, a cousin of Lindsey Perlman, who also did her part in spreading the word and enlisting public assistance with the research, shared, on Twitter That she was “a fierce advocate for animals” as well as a talented actress, she asked people to “please consider making a donation” to the volunteer-run Sante d’Or Foundation Animal Adoption Center in Los Angeles in her honor.
Our thoughts here at CinemaBlend go to Lindsey Pearlman’s family, friends and loved ones at this difficult time, and we hope that well-wishers will honor the family’s request for privacy while mourning. She was an accomplished actress with credits on popular projects, letters from her family as well as comments from others making it perfectly clear that she is leaving a legacy among her loved ones.
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