Before she died at the age of 49, ER was the life of actress Vanessa Marquez's ups and downs.
Marquez, who appeared for three seasons in the medical drama as Nurse Wendy Goldman, was reportedly named as the 49-year-old woman authorities, was shot dead by police in South Pasadena, California on Thursday afternoon.
Marquez's name and age were confirmed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department – who is conducting the investigation of the shooter involved in the shooting range – but a spokesperson told PEOPLE he could not confirm that it was the actress who was arrested in ER Melrose Place Stand and Deliver and other film and television projects
After LA Times the Hollywood Reporter and other news agencies, it was the same Marquez.
The actress was reportedly killed after a social check-up in a condominium for someone "who may be in health," the sheriff's officials said.
The police claim the woman was "uncooperative" and "seemed unable to take care of herself."
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Here's a look back at Marquez's life before her death.
Television and film career
Marquez starred on ER for the first three seasons from 1994 to 1997.
Before ER she played in 1988 in the drama Stand and Deliver as well as on television series Seinfeld  (1992), Melrose Place (1994) and later Malcolm & Eddie (1999)
The actress also appeared on Intervention the "people whose uncontrollable addiction to drugs, alcohol or compulsive behavior has brought her to the brink of destruction and devastated her family and friends" According to A & E
"Vanessa was once a successful actress compulsive shopping drove her into bankruptcy and despair," is described her episode s.
Marquez wrote on her Twitter account, which has since been disabled, that she suffers from celiac disease after Variety which is an immune disorder. , She also said that her diagnosis was "terminal" and she was "homebound" because she was suffering from chronic pain.
In the introduction to their Facebook account, Marquez describes himself as "LivingW / # Terminal #CeliacDisease #CVID #IVIG #Fibro # Pulmonary Embolism #Estoperosis #Diseases Insta."
Though Little About Marquez's Education is known, she described herself in a Facebook post in January 2017 as a "bastard unwanted neglected abused child from East LA" and admitted, "I'm afraid I entered the Norma Desmond phase that some actors do her old things on TV. "
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"Blacklisted" from Hollywood
In October last year, Marquez claimed her former ER – Costar George Clooney has helped make her "blacklisted" after she accused her male co-stars of Eriq La Salle's sexual misconduct, according to a Facebook post
"I was harassed daily on the ER's set Sexual and racial: Everyday attacks on my Mexican heritage and yes, my dad was captured on the set in front of the male crew and crew, and everyone laughed as I cried in pain in front of a young pa witness Eriq LaSalle was the P-grabber Other stars were the racial junkies, and when the PA asked LaSalle to apologize, he said, "Oh, but I thought you liked it," she wrote.
La Salle did not respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
In a now-deleted tweet, Marquez wrote, "Clooney helped put me on the blacklist when I commented on the harassment of the ER." Women who do not play the game lose their careers, "said page 6
Clooney, 57, denied the allegations that he was unaware of the incident. "I had no idea that Vanessa was blacklisted," Clooney began in a statement by The Hollywood Reporter .
"I take her by her word. I was not a writer or producer or director on this show. I had nothing to do casting. I was an actor and only an actor. If she was told that I was involved in making a decision about her career, she was lied to. The fact that I could not influence her career is only surpassed by the fact that I would not, "added Clooney.