Sondra Locke, American actors nominated for Oscar for her first film role in "The Heart is Lonely Hunter" from 1968, died on November 3 due to cardiac arrests that arise from breast cancer and bone bone, According to a death certificate obtained by The Associated Press.
Although his death is reported rapidly to the authorities of California, it was not released until the Radar Online website was notified on Thursday For the first time he is not known why he has taken almost six weeks to appear, reports the El País newspaper.
The artist was well known for the six films she made with her Clint Eastwood – –with whom he had a relative for 13 years– from the west "The Outlaw Josey Wales" in 1976. The latter was "Sudden Impact" by Detective Harry the Dirty in 1983.
This was his first tape. "I've never been on a set," he told Variety in 1978, "but it was like coming home." In 1976, Locke turned his career when the Eastwood partner played "The Fugitive Josey Wales."
His relationship with Eastwood was marked by argument. He had two abortions and tied his tubes during the time the romance continued, which ended with a litigation in the courts.