‘Wings’ and ‘Lois & Clark’ actress Farrah Fork Passed Away at 54

Actress Farrah Fork Passed Away at 54 Due To Cancer

Another actress, Farrah Fork, died at the age of 54 at her home in Texas. She was battling cancer for a long time and her friends and family told on 25 February that she is no more in this world.

Popular in the 90s she is known for roles in various sitcoms. Everyone remembered his iconic character as a helicopter pilot as Alex Lambert in Wings.

Her co-star in Winges, Steven Weber, took to his Instagram and confirmed the news of her demise. Weber posted her old picture and captioned Froke passing away. Remembering his co-star he wrote about her jolly personality and tough and grounded she was, same as her character as Alex.

Farrah Forke
Steven Weber/Instagram

After fans came to know about his demise, they started praying for him and his family. He remembered his famous sitcom Wings and also praised his character in it. Everyone was shocked by this news and they could not believe that at the age of 54, she was gone.

One of the users wrote, Oh no!!! OMG, this is so sad. Loved her on Wings! RIP. So another wrote, So sad, she was fantastic. Still watch Wings today; such a great show.

Her Career

Froke started her career back in the 90s in The Rocky Horror Picture Show with the Texas production house. After that, she moved to New York where she studied in the acting school of Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. Her career started when she got a role in Brain Twisters, a 1991 released sci-fi horror.


But she was popularly known for her character in the sitcom Wings at NBC, she joined in the fourth season and acted to its sixth season. She also appeared in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

Farah Fork was survived by her friends and family.