Actress Laurie Holden died Friday morning in the U.S. from complications from pneumonia.

The actress was 42.

She was found unconscious in a Los Angeles hotel room by a friend who then called 911, according to the Los Angeles Times.

She had been treated for pneumonia, according with the Los Angelenos Union.

The Los Angeles Fire Department and LAFD responded to the hotel, where they pronounced her dead at the scene.

The LAPD said the cause of death was listed as a heart attack.

Holden’s husband, Steven Holden, has spoken out about her illness and said he is “really saddened” by her death.

“She was one of the most beautiful people I have ever known, and she will be missed by all of us.

She will be sorely missed by the entire Hollywood community,” Steven Holden wrote in a statement.

Holden was a popular actress in the 1990s and was known for roles in such movies as The Princess Bride and Mulan.

She died in Los Angeles on Friday morning, according the LA Times.

Holden and her husband, actor Steven Holden of the Mulan franchise, are from Canada.

She married Steven Holden in 2014.

They had a daughter, Zoey Holden, who was born last year.

She attended UCLA with actor Robert Pattinson, who is also a family friend.