Kidder's daughter, Maggie McGuane, told the AP "it's a big relief that the truth is out there". She believes it is important to be open and honest about suicide and not hide it.
She says it's a unique sort of grief and pain and that she would like to reach out to every family who is suffering through a loss by suicide.
As it was previously reported, the police discovered Margot passed away on the 13th of May in her home in Livingston. She continued to act in many movies and TV shows, most recently the 2017 film "The Neighborhood". She had the same role in a number of different movies, including the three sequels afterward: Superman II, Superman III, and Superman IV: The Quest For Peace. She also appeared in The Great Waldo Pepper with Robert Redford in 1975, Brian De Palma's Sisters in 1973 and The Amityville Horror in 1979.More news: Kanye's 'Carpool Karaoke' cancelations have cost James Corden $45K
She went on to receive a Daytime Emmy Award as outstanding performer in a kids' series in 2015 for that role. The coroner didn't reveal precisely what drugs she had taken.
"They are a stigma and recall times when it was thought those with a disorder were possessed by the devil", she told the Edmonton Journal. "The challenges that she had were very public". She wants to avoid any "cloud of shame". "She was really a blazing energy".More news: Russia Appoints Actor Steven Seagal to Help With U.S. Diplomatic Relations