She was especially popular playing the role opposite Christopher Reeve in "Superman" in 1978, "Superman II - Alone Against All" in 1980, "Superman III - The Steel Lightning" in 1983 and "Superman IV - The World on the Edge" in 1987.
DC Comics, creators of Superman, appreciated her for the role, that so many people came to identify her with, in the 70s and 80s.
The cause of her death is still unknown. Her illness got so intense she was homeless for a while in 1996 after a breakdown that led her to disappear for four days. It includes the part in the "Superman" spinoff TV series titled "Smallville" as well as a guest-starring role in the lesbian drama "The L Word".
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Despite that setback Kidder continued to act on both the silver and small screens, and occasionally on stage. Her death was announced by the Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston, Mont., where she resided. She was arrested at the White House in 2011 during a protest against the construction of an oil pipeline from Alberta to Texas.
Entertainment Weekly wrote that she also starred in the movies "The Amityville Horror", and "Black Christmas", while winning a Daytime Emmy in 2015 for her work on R.L. Stine's "The Haunting Hour".
Kidder married and divorced three times, according to trade journal Variety. "Who's got you?!" when she first encountered the costumed hero as she and a helicopter plunged from the top of a Metropolis building. She is survived by her daughter Maggie McGuane. Kidder Wednesday actor John Heard in 1979 for six days.
Star Wars actor Mark Hamill said Kidder was excellent on the screen and equally kind and caring off of it. I'll miss you Margo Kidder. There will several Lois Lanes but Margot Kidder will always remain the original and best Lois Lane ever. "Your legacy will live on forever".