American actress Laurel Griggs, who has made over a thousand appearances on Broadway, New York, and has twice appeared on NBC's Saturday Night Live, has died at the age of 13 after complications from asthma sufferers, reports cnn.com.
Information about the actress's death, which occurred on November 5, was released by her family on the social media platform Facebook, reports Mediafax.
Laurel Griggs made her Broadway debut in 2013, at the age of 6, in the role of Polly in the play "Cat on the Hot Roof", Tennessee Williams.
She became famous for her role in the award-winning Tony "Once", starring Scarlett Johansson. Griggs played that role for 17 months, from 2013 to 2015.
He has since made over a thousand appearances, in shows such as "Dreaming of a Summer Night" and "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying".
Laurel has also appeared in two issues of the Saturday Night Live TV show, as well as a production of Woody Allen from Amazon's "Cafe Society" with Steve Carell.
He also appeared in commercials and lent his voice to a character from the animated series "Bubble Guppies".
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