Vanessa Marquez Dead: How Did ER Actress Die?

Vanessa Marquez

Vanessa Marquez

The report states that three police officers and a mental health care worker had reportedly been summoned to her apartment and spent 90 minutes trying to help her, during which time she was reported "extremely uncooperative".

Vanessa Marquez, a former actress on the show "ER", was shot and killed by police officers in California Thursday. Marquez was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. Police shot her at least once in the torso.

The Sheriff's Homicide Bureau has launched an investigation into her death.

Page Six reported in October 2017 that Marquez referred to ER star Eriq La Salle and another crew member as "p**sy grabbers". She also appeared in several films, such as "Stand and Deliver" and "Twenty Bucks". Clooney has said he had no idea what she was even talking about.

The woman had been suffering from an eating disorder and was apparently suffering from a seizure when police arrived at the home, the station reported.

ER actress Vanessa Marquez, who once accused George Clooney of "blacklisting" her, has been killed in an officer-involved shooting. Police identified the woman as a 49-year-old Hispanic woman, but didn't immediately confirm her name.

Marquez had been vocal on social media about her struggles with various health problems, including what she described as terminal celiac disease, pulmonary embolism, osteoporosis and seizures. 'I met her through #TCMParty, I hope she knew how much we loved her and I hope too that she is at peace'.

Clooney denied the accusations, saying in a statement to Deadline, "If she was told I was involved in any decision about her career then she was lied to". "They continued to speak to her for over an hour and a half in an attempt to offer her medical care". When they entered, Marquez armed herself with a BB gun and pointed it at the officers. Her final appearance came in the April 1997 episode, "Calling Dr. Hathaway". An online tribute to Marquez said that she was a member of the TCM Party, a classic movie fan club.

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