‘Superman’ Star Margot Kidder Was Found With ‘No Pulse’

Hear the audio as emergency personnel were sent out to home of troubled actress!

Margot Kidder — who found fame as Lois Lane in the “Superman” films of the ’70s and ’80s — shocked her fans with her abrupt passing on May 13, 2018, with troubling audio of an emergency call to her home now released!

As covered by The National ENQUIRER, Margot had fled Hollywood for Montana after a shocking mental breakdown in 1996.

The beloved actress rebuilt her life there, and was at her home in Livingston when emergency personnel were called to her home on the evening of May 13.

As heard in this audio, the person who discovered Margot’s body had told the person dispatching the emergency team that Margot wasn’t breathing, and had “no pulse.”

Margot had recently phoned in to “The Drew and Mike Show” in Detroit on May 9 to promote an upcoming appearance at Motor City Comic Con, and told the hosts she was “in bed with flu” because she’s “puking every hour and a half.”

Her death comes nearly a year after that of her first husband John Heard — but she separated from  the volatile “Home Alone” star after only six days of marriage in 1979.