Leslie Hamilton Freas Cause Of Death – Leslie Hamilton Freas’ sole film credit is for 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day in which she showed up close by her twin, filling in as a twofold.
Linda Hamilton’s twin sister, Leslie Hamilton Freas, has kicked the bucket. She was 63.
Leslie “suddenly died” in New Jersey on Aug. 22, as indicated by a tribute distributed by the Burlington County Times. She “enthusiastically filled in as an ER nurture, and at last changed to functioning as a hospice nurture later in her profession,” the tribute states.
Her reason for death has not been openly declared.
Leslie’s sole film credit is for 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day, in which she showed up close by her twin, filling in as a twofold for her sister, who featured in the film as Sarah Connor. Leslie was additionally highlighted in a scene wherein she depicted her sister’s appearance in the mirror.
She is made due by her two grandkids and three youngsters, Ashley, Adam and Kendall, just as twin sister Linda and their more seasoned sister and more youthful sibling.
Reps for Linda didn’t quickly react to PEOPLE’s solicitation for input.
Linda has featured in three Terminator motion pictures since 1984, despite the fact that it’s improbable she’ll come back to the establishment for another film.
When gotten some information about featuring in a follow-up to 2019’s Terminator: Dark Fate, the entertainer recently revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that she “would be very glad to stay away forever.”
“I would truly acknowledge possibly a littler variant, such a large number of a large number are not in question. The present crowd is simply so eccentric,” she stated, before including, “However in the event that there were something new that truly addressed me, I am a coherent individual, and I will consistently think about feasible changes.”
Notwithstanding Dark Fate, Hamilton played Sarah Connor in 1984’s The Terminator and 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day. She additionally gave her voice in an uncredited job in 2009’s Terminator Salvation and showed up as the courageous woman in a pre-show for Universal Studios’ presently dead T2-3D: Battle Across Time entertainment mecca ride.