Margot Kidder, who played as Lois Lane in "Superman," died Sunday, May 13, in her Montana home. She was 69 years old.
Kidder's spokesperson at the Franzen-Davis funeral home said that she passed away inside her home in Livingston. Her cause of death is still unknown.
The Canadian actress played alongside Christopher Reeves in the 1978s "Superman," according to PageSix. She began acting in 1968 and got her big break in 1973 when she played in the movie, "Sisters."
Over the course of several years, Kidder played in four "Superman" movies and recently had a role in the movies "The Neighborhood" and "The Red Maple Leaf."
Kidder had struggled with her bipolar disorder. She was married three times and left behind her daughter, Maggie McGuane.
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