According to Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, People, and Deadline, Farrah Forke, best remembered for her role as helicopter pilot Alex Lambert on the 1990s sitcom “Wings,” has died. She was 54 years old at the time.

How Did Farrah Forke Die?

According to Deadline, People, and Variety, Forke died of cancer on Feb. 25 at her Texas home.

Steven Weber, Forke’s “Wings” co-star, also confirmed the late actor’s death on Instagram.

Farrah Rachael Forke was an American actress who played Alex Lambert on the NBC sitcom Wings and Mayson Drake on Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. She died on February 25, 2022. 
In the animated television programs Batman Beyond and Justice League Unlimited, she also voiced the character Big Barda.

Farrah Forke Early Life

After coming to New York City and studying acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute, she made her feature film debut in 1991 with Brain Twisters.
Other films in which she and actress Kari Wuhrer play lesbian lovers include Academy Award winner Barry Levinson’s Disclosure (1994), Michael Mann’s Heat (1995), Ground Control (1998), and Kate’s Addiction (1998), as well as the TV movies Journey to the Center of the Earth (NBC, 1993), Complex of Fear (CBS, 1993), Bionic Ever After? (CBS, 1994), and Abandoned and Deceived (CBS, 1994). (ABC, 1995).

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