A Hollywood actress has sadly just passed away. Verna Bloom, bets known for her role in "National Lampoon's Animal House," has taken her final breath.
"She was 80 years old and died Wednesday in Bar Harbor, Maine. The cause of her death was complications of dementia, her family told Variety, as her representative confirmed Bloom's passing," reported Fox.
Verna had a long and successful career. She starred in numerous movies and even played opposite one of Hollywood's largest stars.
"In 'Animal House,' Bloom played the booze-loving Marion Wormer, wife of the dean of fictional Faber College. One memorable scene showed her engaged in a supermarket's vegetable aisle with college senior Eric 'Otter' Stratton, played by Tim Matheson, Deadline reported. Bloom also played the lover of Clint Eastwood in 'High Plains Drifter' in 1973. She also worked with director Martin Scorsese in the comedy 'After Hours' in 1985," according to reports.
Verna is survived by her husband Jay Cocks and her son, Sam. Jay is a former film critic and Sam is a two-time Oscar-nominated screenwriter. Please join us in keeping the whole family in our thoughts and prayers.
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