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Halt and Catch Fire actress Lisa Sheridan, 44, died of chronic alcoholism


Lisa Sheridan, 44, died on February 25th in her New Orleans apartment and her death was classified as "natural".

Halt and Catch Fire actress Lisa Sheridan died of chronic alcoholism, according to an autopsy report.

Sheridan, 44, died on February 25th in her New Orleans apartment and her death was classified as "natural".

However, autopsy documents show that the brunette, previously engaged to sex and city actor Ron Livingston, had a "reported history of benzodiazepine abuse," reports Radar Online.

The Orleans Parish Coroner's Office confirmed that she had died of complications from "chronic alcoholism" and that the way was "natural".

Sheridan's manager Mitch Clem had previously denied that the star had committed suicide and said, “The family has clearly confirmed that this is not suicide. Any contrary proposal is absolutely 100% unfounded. & # 39;

Benzodiazepine is one of the most commonly prescribed medications to treat insomnia and anxiety.

The autopsy report also said that Sheridan had a "distant brain injury" from a fall. It was found that she had "hyperinflated" lungs and a cyst in her right ovary.

Donna D & # 39; Errico, co-star of her only god, went on Twitter to share news about Sheridan's death and the effects of the actress.

"Really one of the really sweetest and gentlest people I've ever met in my life," she said in the February 27th post.

According to an autopsy report, the actress Halt and Catch Fire died of chronic alcoholism

According to an autopsy report, the actress Halt and Catch Fire died of chronic alcoholism

Lisa, on the left, was previously engaged to Sex and the city actor Ron Livingston, on the right

Lisa, on the left, was previously engaged to Sex and the city actor Ron Livingston, on the right

"She brought a sweet and bright energy to every room she happened to go in … even in her darker times."

Her manager Mitch Clem said to People: "We all loved Lisa very much and are devastated by the loss we all feel."

Lisa played in Halt and Catch Fire and Scandal. She also appeared on CSI: Miami, Journeyman, Perception and The Mentalist.

At the time of her death, Will & Grace star Eric McCormack praised: & # 39; Lisa Sheridan was the main actress in my only short film and shot a wonderful guest on #Perception.

"She was talented and cute and I am so sad to hear about her premature death. My deepest condolences to her family and friends. & # 39;

Actor Dave Sheridan said: & # 39; Great actress, even taller person. Terrible loss. RIP #lisasheridan. & # 39;

Lisa Sheridan was recognized after she was found dead in her New Orleans home

Lisa Sheridan was recognized after she was found dead in her New Orleans home

Fellow actress Donna D’Errico has put this tribute to the star online

Fellow actress Donna D & # 39; Errico has put this tribute to the star online

Sheridan, who can be seen in Perception, has had “dark moments” in recent years

Sheridan, who can be seen in Perception, has had “dark moments” in recent years

Filmmaker Michael Dunaway paid tribute to Sheridan and said that his "soul mate" has seen "dark moments in recent years."

He said he consoled himself knowing that her "struggles, pain and grief" were behind her.

Dunaway wrote on Instagram: “She called me Big Brother, and in every way it was me. I met Lisa when she was fourteen over thirty years ago. We were instantly attached to our hips, true soul mates from the first minute.

“For the rest of her life, she was a central part of me. She was obviously beautiful and an incredibly talented actress and wonderful friend, but more than anything, she really exuded this incredibly bright energy and life.

& # 39; Even in her dark moments. And she has had many of them, especially in recent years. I try to comfort myself when I know that your struggles and pain and grief are finally and finally behind you. & # 39;

Autopsy documents show that the brunette had a "reported history of benzodiazepine abuse".

Autopsy documents show that the brunette had a "reported history of benzodiazepine abuse".

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