Farrah Forke dead: Superman and Wings actress dies aged 54 following cancer battle

Actress Farrah Forke, who starred in the popular '90s TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, has sadly died at the age of 54.

A family friend has confirmed that the star passed away after a devastating cancer battle.

Farrah was most recognised for playing the pilot Alex Lambert in the sitcom Wings, which ran from 1990 to 1997.

On the popular Superman spin-off, she had scene-stealing turns as Mayson Drake.

According to Variety, Farrah died on February 25 surrounded by her family at home in Texas.

The star's loved ones chose to hold a private funeral, with just close relatives and friends present.

Farrah had twin sons named Chuck and Wit, who are just 16 years old.

She is also survived by her mother Beverly and stepfather Chuck Talmage, and had three sisters Paige, Jenner and Maggie.

After receiving a private education at an all-girls school in Dallas, the actress decided to pursue her career in the entertainment industry.

Having landed her big break in a local production of The Rocky Picture Show, Farrah then packed up and moved to New York for more opportunities.

As well as her major TV roles, Farrah also starred as a computer software company office manager in the sitcom Dweebs and took on a prep school teacher in Mr Rhodes.

She also appeared in films such as Disclosure, Heat and Ground Control, with several more on her filmography.

As well as Superman, Farrah was also known for having parts in various other superhero projects.

She voiced the character of Big Barda in two episodes of Batman Beyond and one episode of Justice League Unlimited.

The star decided to focus on raising her twin sons in the early 2000s, as her last onscreen part came in the 2001 movie It Is What It Is.

Despite taking a break from her craft, the mum-of-two still attended comic book conventions and had a positive relationship with her fans.

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