Scottish-born United States-based stage, film, and television actress, Lois de Banzie, best known for playing First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in the 1982 film, Annie, has reportedly died at age 90.
Her family announced on Tuesday, May 25, that she passed away on April 3 in Greenbrae, California.
No cause of death has been given.
The family said in her obituary, which was published in the San Francisco Chronicle:
“Lois was proud to have made a career as an actress on stage, screen, and television.”
“Among her diverse screen roles were performances in Annie, Dunston Checks In, and Sudden Impact.”
“Her wit and humor will be much missed.”
The TV star is best known for her role as Eleanor Roosevelt in Annie and she also starred in Sister Act as Immaculata alongside Whoopi Goldberg.