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Who was Farrah Forke?

Farrah Rachael Forke (January 12, 1968 – February 25, 2022) was an American actress known for her role as Alex Lambert on the NBC sitcom Wings, and Mayson Drake on Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

She also voiced the character Big Barda on the animated television series Batman Beyond and Justice League Unlimited.

Farrah Forke, ‘Wings’ and ‘Lois & Clark’ Actor, Dies at 54

Farrah Forke, ‘Wings’ and ‘Lois & Clark’ Actor, Dies at 54
Farrah Forke, ‘Wings’ and ‘Lois & Clark’ Actor, Dies at 54

Farrah Forke, who co-starred on the long-running NBC sitcom “Wings,” died of cancer on Feb. 25 in her Texas home, a family friend confirmed to Variety. She was 54.

Forke appeared on Seasons 4 through 6 of “Wings,” which aired on NBC from 1990-1997. She played helicopter pilot (and veteran of Desert Storm) Alex Lambert at the show’s Nantucket airfield, and she was a love interest of both Joe (Tim Daly) and Brian Hackett (Steven Weber) — Brian eventually won her favor. “Wings” was created by “Cheers” and “Frasier” writers David Angell, Peter Casey and David Lee. The show also starred Tony Shalhoub and Thomas Haden Church.

Forke also had a recurring role as attorney Mayson Drake on Season 2 of “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.” Her acting résumé includes the television shows “Ned and Stacey,” “Mr. Rhodes” and “Party of Five,” along with appearances in movies “Brain Twisters” (Forke’s first feature in 1991), Barry Levinson’s “Disclosure” (1994), Michael Mann’s “Heat” (1995) and more.

Forke did voice acting as well, playing the superhero Big Barda on the television series “Batman Beyond” and “Justice League Unlimited.”

Farrah Forke Biography, Wiki

Farrah is an actress from Corpus Christi, Texas. She was born on 12 January 1968 in Corpus Christi, Texas. She was 54 years old. Her real name is Farrah Rachael Forke.  She was an American actress known for her role as Alex Lambert on the NBC sitcom Wings, and Mayson Drake on Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

Farrah also voiced the character Big Barda on the animated television series Batman Beyond and Justice League Unlimited. She started acting with a role in a Texas production of the musical The Rocky Horror Show.

Farrah became famous as Alex Lambert for two seasons on the NBC sitcom Wings. The part was a recurring role during the 1992-93 season, and a regular cast role the following year.

In 1989, at age 21, she underwent plastic surgery to receive silicone breast implants; however, the implants later ruptured and caused health complications for Forke, who had them removed four years later in February 1993.

Farrah Forke played Carey, an office manager for a computer software company, in the 1995 CBS sitcom Dweebs (1995), and then, from 1996 to 1997, a prep school teacher in NBC’s Mr. Rhodes. She also appeared on Ned and Stacey with her old Wings castmate Thomas Haden Church.  Her ethnicity is not known. If you want to know more information keep reading this article.

Farrah Forke Biography Wikipedia
Farrah Forke
Full NameFarrah Rachael Forke
Nick Name Farrah
Profession Actress, model
Husband nameNot Known
Zodiac signNot Known
Physical Status 
Age54 years old
Height (Approx)5’8″
Weight (Approx)70 kg
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourDark Brown
Personal Information
Date of Birth 12 January 1968
Death Date25 February 2022
Birth PlaceCorpus Christi, Texas
CasteChristian
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityNot Known
School NamePrivate School
College NamePrivate College
Qualifications Graduated
parents Profile
Father NameNot Known
Mother NameNot Known
SiblingsNot Known
Career 
Source Of IncomeActing
Appeared InMovies & TV Shows
Net Worth$10 million (Approx)

Farrah Forke Career

She entered acting with a role in a Texas production of the musical The Rocky Horror Show.[4] After moving to New York City and studying acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute,[4] she made her feature debut in the 1991 film Brain Twisters (1991).

Other films include Academy Award winner Barry Levinson’s Disclosure (1994), Michael Mann’s Heat (1995), Ground Control (1998), and Kate’s Addiction (1998), in which she and actress Kari Wuhrer play women in a lesbian love affair, and the TV-movies Journey to the Center of the Earth (NBC, 1993); Complex of Fear (CBS, 1993); Bionic Ever After? (CBS, 1994), and Abandoned and Deceived (ABC, 1995).

She became best known as Alex Lambert for two seasons on the NBC sitcom Wings. The part was a recurring role during the 1992-93 season, and a regular cast role the following year.

In 1989, at age 21, she underwent plastic surgery to receive silicone breast implants; however, the implants later ruptured and caused health complications for Forke, who had them removed four years later in February 1993. On March 24, 1994, she filed a lawsuit in Houston against Dow Corning, the Dow Chemical Company, the Inamed Corporation, and the McGhan Corporation.

Forke had a recurring role on Lois and Clark as Mayson Drake, an attorney who considers Superman a vigilante, but holds a candle for Clark Kent. Her character is killed in a car bombing. Forke would once again take part in the Superman universe by voicing the character Big Barda in two episodes of Batman Beyond and one episode of Justice League Unlimited, animated shows set in the same universe as Superman: The Animated Series.

After Wings, Forke played Carey, an office manager for a computer software company, in the 1995 CBS sitcom Dweebs (1995), and then, from 1996 to 1997, a prep school teacher in NBC’s Mr. Rhodes. She also appeared on Ned and Stacey with her old Wings castmate Thomas Haden Church.

Forke also was the voice woman of several companies, including Cadillac and Arby’s.

Forke later took a break from the acting community, and lived in Houston, Texas, where she raised her twin sons, whilst making occasional appearances at comic book conventions.

Farrah Forke FAQ’s

Who was Farrah Forke?

Farrah Rachael Forke (January 12, 1968 – February 25, 2022) was an American actress known for her role as Alex Lambert on the NBC sitcom Wings, and Mayson Drake on Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

How did Farrah Forke die?

Farrah Forke, who co-starred on the long-running NBC sitcom “Wings,” died of cancer on Feb. 25 in her Texas home, a family friend confirmed to Variety.

How old was Farrah Forke?

Farrah Forke died at 54.

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