Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me actress Pamela Gidley dies at 52


Pamela Gidley, known for her role in David Lynch's film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, died earlier this month at her home in New Hampshire. Additionally, she landed a number of movie roles in movies like The Little Vampire, Landspeed, Bombshell, and The Maze.

The former model will forever be remembered for appearing in Twin Peaks prequel Fire Walk With Me back in 1992. After landing a role on the CBS crime drama Angel Street, Gidley scored recurring parts on a number of television series, including Strange Luck, The Pretender, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Skin. Gidley died on April 16 in Seabrook, New Hampshire. She appeared on covers of Seventeen magazine and was selected as the "Most Beautiful Girl in the World" by the Wilhemina modeling agency.

The No Country For Old Men actor posted a throwback snap of the actress, with the caption: 'My co-star in "Thrashin" and my girlfriend twice in a lifetime. The public only learned about her passing through an obituary made by her family and published on Sunday. Incredible and innocent memories of her: a spitfire, and a truly amusing person she was. These milestones in your life: superb individuals to grace us with their spirit, their presence. She will have forever affected mine.

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'Thank you for the gift of you, Pam.

Her family have asked that instead of flowers, friends, fans and family can instead send donations to St Jude's Children Research Hospital.

Gidley is survived by her mother, Phyllis; three brothers, Glenn, David, and Brian; her sister-in-law, Darlene; and four nieces and nephews, Adam, Keegan, Erica, and Alexis.