Pamela Gidley, ‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walks With Me’ Star, Died At 52
Actress Pamela Gidley, who starred in Twin Peaks: Fire Walks with Me, has died at the age of 52.
Gildley’s death was announced in an obituary that said she “died peacefully in her home, on Monday, April 16, 2018 in Seabrook.” Her cause of death was not revealed.
Gidley started her career in modeling, pursued acting in New York and made her way to Los Angeles where she would live for most of her adult life. The actress got her break when she starred in Thrashin’ with Josh Brolin. Brolin posted on Instagram a picture with “Rest In Peace beautiful girl” in the caption.
My co-star in “Thrashin” and my girlfriend twice in a lifetime. Amazing and innocent memories of her: a spitfire, and a truly funny person she was. I remember is being in bed (I was 17) and hearing the radio come on saying that the Challenger had just exploded. These milestones in your life: amazing people to grace us with their spirit, their presence. She will have forever affected mine. Thank you for the gift of you, Pam. Rest In Peace beautiful girl. ❤🙏 #thrashin #dogtownbeginnings #godschildren @robertrusler #pamgidley
The service will be private at the family’s request.