‘Superman’ Star Margot Kidder Passes Away At 69

Superman Margot Kidder Lois LaneSuperman actress Margot Kidder has died at the age of 69, according to a report from TMZ.

Margot Kidder is perhaps best known for playing Lois Lane in the original Superman series opposite Christopher Reeve. The actress passed away at her home on Sunday, according to a spokesperson at Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston, MT. No official cause of death has been released as of yet.

Kidder made her debut as Lois Lane in 1978 with Superman: The Movie and then reprised the role in three sequels. The actress also made an appearance on The CW’s Superman prequel series Smallville, taking on the role of Bridgette Crosby, the assistant of Virgil Swann, played by Christopher Reeve.

Besides Superman, Kidder is also known for starring in films like SistersBlack ChristmasThe Amityville Horror and The Great Waldo Pepper. She most recently appeared in The Red Maple Leaf and The Neighborhood.

Kidder had been married three times and is survived by a daughter.

Source: TMZ

The 10 Strongest Members Of Superman’s Family, Ranked

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Superfamily-SupermanSuperman is the first and most powerful superhero in the DC Universe. Due to all of his heroic actions, Superman has earned an inspirational role in the DCU and serves as a beacon of hope for many new heroes. In addition to inspiring heroes in the present, his deeds inspired heroes thousands of years later to develop the Legion of Superheroes.

Superman can’t be everywhere all the time, so he’s lucky enough to have a Superfamily behind him to help. Even with his super strength, there’s no way he can stop every criminal simultaneously, so these other heroes all stepped up to help defend innocent people. Whether they are on the battlefield or saving innocent lives, all of these people are proud members of the Superfamily who will do whatever they have to to accomplish their goals.

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Michael Bezanidis

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