‘Lost’ actress Mira Furlan dies at 65


Actress Mira Furlan died on Wednesday, a post on her social media account revealed. She was 65.

Furlan was known for her roles as Danielle Rousseau in “Lost” and Delenn on “Babylon 5.”

Her Twitter account announced the news on Thursday, featuring a quote from Furlan referencing a line from her “Babylon 5” character, Furlan’s dates of birth and death, and a picture of the actress.

A cause of death has not been revealed.

J. Michael Straczynski, creator of “Babylon 5” posted a tribute to the late actress, reports New York Post. Straczynski that he and the show’s crew knew Furlan’s health “was failing” for “some time now.”

“Mira was a good and kind woman, a stunningly talented performer, and a friend to everyone in the cast and crew of ‘Babylon 5,’ and we are all devastated by the news,” Straczynski wrote.

He added: “The cast members with whom she was especially close since the show’s end will need room to process this moment, so please be gentle if they are unresponsive for a time. We have been down this road too often, and it only gets harder.”

Furlan is survived by husband Goran Gajić and 22-year-old son Marko.

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