Annie Wersching, famous for her roles in the television shows '24' and 'Bosch' dies at the age of 45.

Annie died after a two-year battle with cancer on Sunday.

Her death was announced via a GoFundMe account set up to  raise funds for her family.

Her husband, Stephen Full also confirmed the news in a  statement to CNN.

Stephen said, "As I drove our boys, the true loves of her life, down the winding driveway and street, she would yell BYE! until we were out of earshot  and into the world."

He continued, "I can still hear it ringing. Bye my Buddie. 'I love  you little family…"

The actor was diagnosed with cancer in 2020. The type of cancer Annie was battling has not been specified.

St. Louis, Missouri born Annie made her cinematic debut at the age of 24 with 'Star Trek: Enterprise' in 2002.

In her prolific career Annie appeared in shows like 'The Vampire Diaries,' Marvel's 'Runaways,' 'The Rookie'  and 'Star Trek: Picard.'

She also gave her voice in the HBO Max series "The Last of Us"  based on the game.