Kelly Preston, Actress in ‘Jerry Maguire,’ Dies at 57

Kelly Preston, Actress in ‘Jerry Maguire,’ Dies at 57

Kelly Preston, an actress identified for her function as a hardhearted fiancée of the Tom Cruise character within the 1996 movie “Jerry Maguire,” died Sunday at 57.

The trigger was breast most cancers, her husband, the actor John Travolta, mentioned in an Instagram submit on Monday.

“It is with a very heavy heart that I inform you that my beautiful wife Kelly has lost her two-year battle with breast cancer,” he wrote. “She fought a courageous fight with the love and support of so many.”

Ms. Preston, who was born Oct. 13, 1962, in Honolulu, appeared within the 1986 movie “Space Camp.” However she had a breakthrough as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s love curiosity in “Twins,” the 1988 comedy that additionally starred Danny DeVito.

She met Mr. Travolta in 1988, whereas they labored on the movie “The Experts.” She had a short cameo with Mr. Travolta within the 2000 sci-fi flop “Battlefield Earth,” and the couple labored collectively within the 2018 movie “Gotti,” through which Mr. Travolta performed the late Mafia boss John Gotti and Ms. Preston his spouse, Victoria.

Ms. Preston mentioned that to assist put together for the function, she met Ms. Gotti, and the 2 ended up forming a relationship.

“We sat there for hours, just talking and eating Ms. Preston said while meeting the press during the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Vanity Fair reported. “I spent the whole day with her family. I also had an email relationship with her, and she would tell me everything.”

Ms. Preston and Mr. Travolta have been married in 1991. Along with her husband, she is survived by their daughter, Ella Bleu; and a son, Benjamin. Their eldest son, Jett, 16, died in 2009 after having a seizure.

In “Jerry Maguire,” which featured Mr. Cruise as a fast-talking sports activities agent who positive factors a conscience, she performed “a brief but memorable appearance as Jerry’s shark of a fiancée from his big-shot days,” The New York Instances critic Janet Maslin wrote in 1996.

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