Sondra Locke, the Oscar Award-nominated actress who worked on six movies with Clint Eastwood before their split, has died at the age of 74.
As for the cause of death, according to the death certificate obtained by the Associated Press, she died of a cardiac arrest stemming from breast and bone cancer on November 3 at her Los Angeles home.
Oh, NO. This really hurts: #RIP Sondra Locke, a wonderful, luminous actress, Oscar-nominated for THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER, unjustly blackballed in Hollywood for decades, gone too soon at 74. A fave of mine whom I always hoped would make a comeback. Her '97 memoir is a MUST. pic.twitter.com/AYhtexJq8t— Amelia Mangan (@AmeliaMangan) December 13, 2018
Sondra, who made her onscreen debut in stunning fashion, was nominated for Academy Award for her appearance as Mick Kelly opposite actor Alan Arkin in Robert Ellis Miller's 1968 movie The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter.
Born on May 28, 1944, Sondra never knew her father. She was raised outside Nashville in rural Shelbyville, Tennessee. She studied at Shelbyville Central High School before attending at Middle Tennessee State University.
Sondra is survived by her estranged husband Gordon Anderson, who co-starred with Sondra in 1986's Ratboy.
Funeral service for the late actress will be announced in the coming days. Rest In Peace Sondra Locke!
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