Margot Kidder, who played Lois Lane in 'Superman' dies at 69

Margot Kidder played Lois Lane

Margot Kidder played Lois Lane

Margot Kidder, who became famous for playing Lois Lane opposite Christopher Reeve in Superman, has died at her home in Montana.

"She said, much to the chagrin of her neighbours and their pets, she left meat out for the wolves so she could watch them come down the mountain and eat from the safety of her home".

Although her cause of death is yet to be revealed, tributes have flooded in for the 69-year-old star.

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The statement said Kidder, who was also an activist, died Sunday at her home in Livingston, Montana.

But all was not easy for her and for her Superman.

The Canadian-born Kidder also appeared in 1975's The Great Waldo Pepper with Robert Redford and 1978's The Amityville Horror.

Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Kidder was a proponent of the no-psychology-without-biology view of mental health; for her, nutrient therapy and other complementary and alternative treatments were preferable to psychiatric drugs. Her illness got so intense she was homeless for a while in 1996 after a breakdown that led her to disappear for four days. When police found her in Glendale, Calif., she was hiding in the bushes behind a house.

Kidder had numerous movies' most memorable lines, including "You've got me?!" She campaigned for mental health-related issues and as an activist opposed the U.S. invasion of Iraq. "I'm saying this is the pattern of my life". I have no idea.

And, she told HeyUGuys, "I think there was a cynical decision on the part of the studios, which are now owned by multi-national conglomerates just like everything else on the planet".

Kidder went to take dozens of other acting jobs, from recurring roles on TV's Boston Common in 1997to 2009's Halloween II.

And courage. Kidder was intelligent and articulate; she had a magnetic personality - and the world's sexiest laugh - but above all, she was courageous in addressing mental health issues.

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