Alberta Watson

Alberta Watson's Death

Born (Birthday) March 6, 1955

Death Date March 21, 2015

Age of Death 60 years

Cause of Death Cancer

Place of Death Toronto, Canada

Profession TV Actress

The TV actress Alberta Watson died at the age of 60. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Canadian actress who was nominated for a Gemini Award for her role as Madeline in the television series Le Femme Nikita in 1997.

She was brought up by her mother, a factory worker, and her brother in Toronto. She first started performing with Theater House of God (T.H.O.G.), a theater group at the Bathurst Street United Church when she was fifteen.

She accepted the challenging role of Susan Aibelli, a mother who has a sexual relationship with her son in the 1994 film Spanking the Monkey, which was turned down by many other actresses.

Personal Life

She lived in New Jersey with her husband of eight years before they divorced.

She guest-starred as Sarah Craven on the television series Heartland, starring Amber Marshall. Her role earned her a 2011 Gemini Award.

How did Alberta Watson die?

Watson died on March 21, 2015, due to complications from cancer at Kensington Hospice in Toronto fifteen days after her 60th birthday.