Paul Wesley says he is “deeply saddened” by the death of “Vampire Diaries” mom Annie Wersching

Paul Wesley says he is “deeply saddened” by the death of “Vampire Diaries” mom Annie Wersching

Paul Wesley says he is “deeply saddened” by the death of “Vampire Diaries” mom Annie Wersching

Paul Wesley is sad about the death of Annie Wersching, who he worked with on “The Vampire Diaries.” After the 45-year-old actress died, the actor wrote a nice message for Annie on his Instagram account.

The 40-year-old actor wrote, “I am deeply saddened to hear about Annie Wersching’s passing,” along with a selfie of himself and the late star, who played his and Ian Somerhalder’s on-screen mom on the hit show. Paul then said, “I was lucky to know Annie. She was a great person with a lot of talent.”

In his post, the “Smallville” star also asked “The Rookie” alum and her family for donations. “Please give to the GoFundMe page that has been set up in her name. Link above, “He was done.

Annie Wersching was honored by Paul Wesley.

Julie Plec, who is in charge of “The Vampire Diaries,” also wrote a tribute to Annie. On Twitter, she wrote, “This is so sad to hear. I became a fan of hers because of the show “24,” and I was lucky enough to see her play the mother of two of the hottest vampires in town.” She said, “This GoFundMe page is to help out her family. RIP Annie, you wonderful soul. For Annie’s Boys… Freddie, Ozzie and Archie.”

Annie died on Sunday, January 29, after a private battle with cancer. She was 45 years old. On the GoFundMe page for her husband Stephen Full and their three sons, Freddie (12), Ozzie (9), and Archie (4), it said that the St. Louis native was diagnosed with cancer in 2020.

“In the summer of 2020, Annie was told she had cancer. The diagnosis made her even more private than she already was. She was trying to keep her boys safe “The goal of the GoFundMe page was to raise money for her husband and sons, the message said. “So she could keep working, she wanted to get better. She just didn’t want to talk about it, to be honest. She wanted to live her life the way she wanted to and spend time with her family “Also, the note said.

The message went on to say, “Annie loved her family very much. She loved her job and her friends, but Steve and the boys were the most important things in her life. They need this GoFundMe. It’s so that Steve can grieve without having to worry about going to work. So he can be a father to Freddie, who is 12, Ozzie, who is 9, and Archie, who is 4, as they grow up without their mom, sweet Annie.”

“So they can keep going to baseball games (Go Cardinals! ), taking music lessons, and playing little league. It helps pay for school. So Steve can keep up Annie’s birthday morning tradition of filling the house with as many life-sized balloons as will fit in the car. It will give them time to figure out how to live as a family of four without having to worry about paying for medical bills or a funeral. So they can keep living their lives in a way that would make Annie proud “it added.

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