‘Superman’ Actress Margot Kidder’s Cause of Death Released

Margot Kidder attends Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con 2011. More

Margot Kidder attends Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con 2011. More

Park County coroner Richard Wood said in a statement released today that Kidder "died as a result of a self-inflicted drug and alcohol overdose" and that no further details would be released.

Initial reports of Kidder's death in May said that she died in her sleep of natural causes, as The Inquisitr reported.

Kidder played the intrepid reporter Lois Lane opposite Christopher Reeve's Man of Steel in four Superman films from the 1978 original to 1987's Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. The Coroner has not specified what drugs she took.

Maggie McGuane told the Associate Press that she knew her mom died from suicide after she went to her mom's home on May 13, the day her mom died.

She continued to act in her later years but her popularity waned after she suffered a highly publicised mental breakdown in 1996.

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"It's a big relief that the truth is out there", the daughter, Maggie McGuane, said.

Now, nearly three months after Kidder's body was found by a friend in her Livingston, Montana home, a coroner there has ruled her death a suicide.

She told AP: "It's a very unique sort of grief and pain". The world mourned the loss of chef, celebrity chef, Anthony Bourdain and fashion designer, Kate Spade this past summer as well.

In what was an obvious reference to the Superman movies, Kidder made a cameo in Smallville along with the series' stars Michael Rosenbaum and Allison Mack. I want what I know about her to be out there because it was glorious.

And she was known for her work as a mental-wellness advocate, in part because of her own struggles with mental health. A friend discovered Kidder's body at her home on May 13th. Her film "Robber's Roost" was in pre-production, and the final film she worked on was 2017's "The Neighborhood".

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