Who is Romy Walthall? Romy Walthall Biography/Wiki
Romy Walthall, who acted alongside Oliver Reed and Donald Pleasence in 1989’s The House of Usher, was a regular on Steven Bochco’s Murder One, and appeared on Hotel Malibu alongside Jennifer Lopez, has died at the age of 57.
Morgan Krantz, Walthall’s son, confirmed his death on Twitter.
Walthall, who was born in Pasadena, Texas on September 16, 1963, began her career in the entertainment industry by winning the Mother/Daughter USA pageant in 1980. Walthall was signed to Ford Models at the age of 17 and began modeling in Europe.
She subsequently returned to Los Angeles and dabbled in the acting business, going by the stage name Romy Windsor on occasion.
She was 57 years old.
The actress, who went by the stage name Romy Windsor, had a consistent run of TV work in the 1980s and 1990s, including a recurring role on James Garner’s short-lived TV series Man of the People and six episodes on another Bochco-created series, Civil Wars.
Walthall also starred in T.J. Hooker, Moonlighting, Quantum Leap, Jake and the Fatman, Matlock, L.A. Law, Diagnosis Murder, and The X-Files, among other shows. In 1984, Whitehall made his cinema debut with a brief role in the Jerry Bruckheimer/Don Simpson feature Thief of Hearts, two episodes of Charles in Charge, and the R-rated comedy Up the Creek.
She was cast in a number of genre film projects after that, including two sequels to The Howling, Surf Ninjas, and a brief role in John Woo’s Nicolas Cage/John Travolta actioner Face/Off in 1997, in addition to the aforementioned series of TV gigs. In 2011, she made her final on-screen appearance in the film 0s & 1s. Her son, Morgan Krantz, had a major role in the film, and she had a supporting role.
Who is Romy Walthall Husband?
No information was found about her husband. Nothing about her husband is available on the internet. She has three children named Morgan Krantz, Theodore Dudley, and Isabella Israel.
How Did Romy Walthall Die? (Death Cause)
Romy Walthall, who was 57 years old at the time of her death, died of a sudden cardiac arrest.
Morgan Krantz, an actor, and director confirmed Walthall’s death.