Glenne Headly, a renowned star of "Dick Tracy" and "Lonesome Dove," has died at the age of 63 Thursday night. However, the reason of death hasn't been revealed yet. A representative close to Headly has confirmed the news and has asked everyone to respect the family's privacy in their times of sorrow.

The film and television actress is known for her roles in "Dick Tracy" wherein she starred together with Warren Beatty as Tess Trueheart. Throughout her career in both film and TV, Headly has been nominated in Emmy Awards for her role in "Lonesome Dove" in 1989.

She has also been part of the production of the comedy series "Future Man" even at the time of her death.

Incredible talent

Headly has been known for her incredible talent as an actress. As a matter of fact, she still has roles to portray in the comedy series "Future Man." For the meantime, her role won't be recast; however, the show will continue to air the episodes that she has completed.

To recall, the comedy series recalls the story of a janitor and a gamer that is being recruited by a certain mysterious visitor. This secretive visitor has the mission to prevent humanity from extinction. Further, the series is starred by the lead characters Ed Begley, Jr. and Eliza Coupe. Right now, "Future Man" is currently lensing in Los Angeles.

Notable roles

Headly is known as a member of the Steppenwolf Theater Company. At the height of her career, she was able to portray notable roles in different TV shows and films. The actress has first appeared on the big screen through small roles in classic films like "Fandango," "Seize the Day," and the "Purple of the Rose Cairo."

She was also given the chance to do a project together with her then-husband, John Malkovich.

It was in 1988 when she was first given her breakthrough as an actress. She became part of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" where she did some comedic jobs with Steve Martin and Michael Caine.

Further, she has also made some other roles like being the wife of Richard Dreyfuss in "Mr. Holland's Opus," "Mortal Thoughts," and "2 Days in the Valley." Amid her death, Headly will always be remembered as one of the veteran actresses in the TV and movie industry.

For the meantime, the family has intended to keep her funeral in private, and no further details have been revealed yet. All they need is for fans to respect their privacy in times of their mourning as they lost a significant member of their family.