NEW YORK — An arrest was introduced early Friday within the hit-and-run demise of “Gone Lady” actor Lisa Banes, who died virtually two months in the past.
Brian Boyd, 26, was arrested Thursday and charged with leaving the scene of an accident leading to demise and failure to yield to a pedestrian, New York Metropolis police mentioned in a information launch.
Banes was hit by a scooter or motorcycle in early June whereas she was crossing Amsterdam Avenue on the way in which to go to her alma mater, the Julliard College. Supervisor David Williams mentioned Banes was being handled for “substantial accidents” at Mount Sinai Morningside hospital, the place she died on June 14 at age 65.
Few particulars on the arrest had been instantly introduced. Police didn’t say whether or not Boyd had an lawyer who might touch upon his behalf.
Banes appeared in quite a few tv reveals and films, together with as Marybeth Elliott in “Gone Lady” in 2014 alongside Ben Affleck and as Bonnie in “Cocktail” with Tom Cruise in 1988. On tv, she had roles on “Nashville,” “Madam Secretary,” “Masters of Intercourse,” “Royal Pains,” “Legislation and Order: Particular Victims Unit” and “NCIS.”
She acted on stage often, together with Broadway appearances within the Neil Simon play “Rumors” in 1988, within the musical “Excessive Society” in 1998 and within the Noel Coward play “Current Laughter” in 2010.
Banes lived in Los Angeles and was married to Kathryn Kranhold, a contributing reporter for the Heart for Public Integrity.
Buddies and colleagues mourned Banes on Twitter following information of her demise.
Actor Seth McFarlane mentioned he was deeply saddened on the demise of Banes, whom he labored with on his TV science-fiction comedy collection “The Orville.”
“Her stage presence, magnetism, talent and expertise had been matched solely by her unwavering kindness and graciousness towards all of us,” McFarlane tweeted in June.