Margot-Kidder-Obituary

Margot Kidder

Oct 17, 1948 – May 13, 2018 (Age 69)

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Margot Kidder, the actress well known for playing Lois Lane in the 1878 film "Superman," has died at the age of 69, according to multiple news sources. For full obituary from Legacy.com, click here.

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May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

Margot & family. Thanks for your contribution to this generation in film fun and mental illness advocacy.
May your memories contain more of blessings than of sorrows.

My Margot Kidder scrapbook

From the moment I saw you in Superman the movie in 1978 I knew you were something special. I was ten years old. You were my first crush. I followed your career after that. I think outside of Superman, I liked you best in the movie Heartaches as loud mouth yet compassionate Rita. You were also terrific in Sisters. I got to meet you finally in 2005, I believe it was. You were so kind to me and spoke to my mother on my cell phone at my request. Thank you for all the joy you brought me in life....

I like Louis Lane in Superman, as she was playing the News Reporter for the Daily Plant, one of her job was to under the story to find out who was Superman aka Clark Kent, he was a News Reporter to. also, when he went to her apartment was trying do a interview, he change himself into superman, he took her which they fly together and he should where he live. Louis quickly fell in love with him. We all know that she was warmly greet by Superman when Louis walk through those golden gates and...


I am sorry for your lost and I will pray for your strength. We were are great actress and I enjoyed your movies!

-Cathy G. Horton
Memphis, TN

...don't worry I've got you You've got me, who's got you? My favorite line from Superman. Well don't worry, HE'S got you now

Sincere condolences to the family and friends during this time of grief. May you be comforted now and the days ahead.

2 Thess 2:16,17

RIP, Margot. Angel Day Blessings. Your light will always shine.

My favorite Lois Lane. Fly high Morgot..