Actress And Stuntwoman Debbie Lee Carrington Dies; Aged 58
Actress, Best Known As Stuntwoman, Debbie Lee Carrington Died At 58, On Saturday, March 24
- Actress and stuntwoman Debbie Lee Carrington died.
- Carrington was 58 while she passed away.
- Friends of Carrington reported she died shortly after 4 pm on Saturday evening.
- Carrington had worked in over 50 films and television series and some of her best-known roles came in Howard the Duck, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Batman Returns, Dexter and Bones, and In Living Color
Return of the Jedi, Battle for Endor actress Debbie Lee Carrington has passed away, independent sources and her friends confirmed. She was 58.
Many media outlets reported that Debbie passed away shortly after 4 in the evening on Saturday, March 24.
Fellow actor Mike Quinn has conducted his condolences to the late actress through his Facebook. He wrote,
So sad to hear of the passing of a fellow Return Of The Jedi performer Debbie Lee Carrington. She was an advocate for actors with disabilities and had a degree in child psychology.
The cause of Carrington's death is yet to be revealed. Many celebrities and her fans took to their Twitter expressing their grief over her death. Clare Halstead conducted her sympathy to the late actress where she also recalled her performance in the Howard the Duck.
Total Recall and Howard the Duck were the first movies I ever saw her in. She was so amazingly talented and very well educated. It’s always hard to lose one of your own, industry or not.
— Clare Halstead (@raptorsqueaks) March 24, 2018
Debbie had appeared in dozens of television shows an films including Howard the Duck, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Batman Returns, Dexter and Bones, and In Living Color.
We conduct our heartfelt condolence to the late actress and her bereaved family members.