Fans are in mourning after learning that a famous film actress who rose to stardom in the 1960s sadly passed away at 81 years old. Deanna Lund, widely recognized for her acting talent and physical beauty, died on Friday, June 22nd. The sad news was not announced until several days later.
She is best-known for her role in “Land of the Giants,” but she also starred in dozens of other films and tv shows including “Hardly Working,” “Johnny Tiger,” and “Batman” episodes from 1967.
An official obituary was released on Lund’s website revealing that the actress “went to be with the Lord.” In addition to her acting career, Lund was the co-founder of a Christian media organization called “Point North Outreach.”
According to the website, Lund’s death was ultimately caused by cancer. Other details surround her passing were not immediately released to the public. If more information is provided, this article will be updated accordingly.
Many fans paid a tribute to the late actress via social media. She will be missed!
The 1960s star is survived by her daughter Michele Matheson (who is also an actress), reported Deadline. Please keep Deanna Lund’s family in your prayers during this difficult time. May God bring them peace and comfort.
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