No cause of death was given by her loved ones

Actress Lois De Banzie, famous for her role as Eleanor Roosevelt at that the 1982 version of”Annie,” has died at 90 years old.

Her family confirmed her departure in the San Francisco Chronicle and disclosed she died on April 3 at Greenbrae, Calif..

“Her most noteworthy point operation was ‘Mornings at Seven,’ where she received a Drama Desk Award and a Tony Award nomination,” that the obit described.

“One of her diverse display characters were performances in’Annie,”’Dunston Checks In,’ and’Sudden Impact.’ Her wit and humor will be missed,” it lasted.

De Banzie also appeared in films such as”Tootsie” (1982),”Sudden Impact” (1983),”Arachnophobia” (1990), and”Sister Act” (1992).