Greene actor Marjory Greene has died at 65, her agent confirmed.
Greene’s agent, Mark Smith, confirmed to Reuters on Wednesday that Greene died on Thursday morning in her home in Nashville, Tennessee.
She was 65.
She had been ill for two years, but was in a stable condition.
Greenes best known for playing the title role in the TV series “Scooby-Doo” as a detective, was known for her role in “Mojave”, and was a major supporter of the US and South Korea during the Cold War.
Greenevs father, Robert Greene, said his daughter had been a great actor, but had been unable to work as much as she wanted because of her age.
“She was a terrific actress and great in the world of acting, but unfortunately she was unable to get as much work because of the time that she was in the military and was serving.
So she did not have the ability to work on as many films,” Robert Greene said.”
Marjorie had her heart set on being a great actress, but she was not able to achieve it.”
A film producer, she won the Oscar for best actress for her portrayal of the lead role in 1993’s “Mudbound” and a Golden Globe for best supporting actress in 2002’s “Harrison Ford”.
“She’s been one of the most iconic actors of our time,” actor and producer Bill Murray said in a statement.
“We are very sad to hear that Marjories death has been a tragic loss.
She was a wonderful and wonderful actress.”
She is survived by her daughter, daughter-in-law, niece, nephew and great-grandson.
Actors from across the US gathered at the Lincoln Memorial to honor Greene.
The Lincoln Memorial was filled with people in black tights, red and yellow costumes, as well as other colors.
President Donald Trump paid tribute to Greene in a tweet.
Green Greene was one of a number of famous and influential women to die in the past week, including the late actor Rosie O’Donnell, actress Anne Hathaway and actress and former U.S. senator Nancy Brinker.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.