Yk-born actress Margo Kidder dead at 69


Star Wars actor Mark Hamill tweeted "on-screen she was magic".

(File pix) Actress Margot Kidder, appears at the Superman movie reunion at the Warner Bros.museum in Burbank, California, US, May 1, 2001. "She left meat out for the wolves so she could watch them come down the mountain and eat from the safety of her home". Whenever Lois fights her own superpower-free battle for truth and justice in Metropolis, every time she scoops Clark or brings down a crime lord with a headline, there we will hear echoes of Margot Kidder. Kidder brought a spunk to the role which made her both the flawless investigative reporter and the ideal foil to the always composed Superman.

Years later Margot said she had not had a manic episode for a long time because she had been cured by orthomolecular medicine.

Kidder was Canadian-born, but became an American citizen in 2005 so she could vote. The character was a tough, independent go-getter with intellect, integrity, and presence that only an actress as engaging and relatable as Kidder could've provided. She also performed in theater productions like a 2002 Broadway staging of The Vagina Monologues and a 1983 performance of Bus Stop alongside Tim Matheson, the latter of which was broadcast on HBO.

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She maintained a close friendship with her Superman co-star Christopher Reeve, which lasted from 1978 until his death in 2004.

However, her career came to a halt after she was seriously injured in a auto crash, leaving her unable to work for two years.

Durance was cast as Lane ahead of the fourth season of the Superman origin series "Smallville", which aired on the WB and the CW from 2001 to 2011. The two had a brief romance on the movie.

Kidder is survived by her daughter, Maggie McGuane. She continued to act in many movies and TV shows, most recently the 2017 film "The Neighborhood". She also featured in such films as Black Christmas (1974) and Heartaches (1981). She entered what she called a "manic state" after realizing all of her work was lost and disappeared for four days. She only had a child with her first husband, novelist Thomas McGuane. She dated former Canadian PM Pierre Trudeau, directors Steven Spielberg, Brian De Palma and actor Richard Pryor.