The world of cinema is mourning this Wednesday. Barbara March, known for her role as Lursa Hard, one of the most popular villains in the saga Star trek, died on Wednesday at age 65.
The person in charge of announcing the death of the actress has been her husband, Alan Scarfe, throught social media. In his publication, Scarfe wanted to honor his partner with emotional words, in which he spoke about his career, beyond the galactic universe.
At the moment, he has not transcended the reasons for his death
"My dear Barbara, my companion in all things for over forty years, crossed the door of eternity after a cruel battle against cancer," Scarfe wrote. “His theatrical roles as the Duchess of Malfi at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Isabella in Measure for Measure at the Stratford Festival of Canada, Desdemona, Titania, Lady Macbeth, Ruth in The Homecoming and Rowena in The Gayden Chronicles had no equal and a large audience continues to marvel at his interpretation of Lursa from the House of Duras in Star Trek, ”he added.
Born in Toronto, Canada, Barbara March He became popular in his role as try to take control of the Klingon Empire on several occasions. When he finally ended his appearance in the saga, if he returned to play his character for the video game Star Trek TNG: Klingon Honor Guard.
Later, out of his intergalactic struggles, he appeared as a guest star in series like Los Angeles law, Night heat Y Total Security. But her love for art went beyond the audiovisual world and, as her husband has well remembered, March was also a poet and writer of plays, his two great passions beyond the seventh art.