Steve Buscemi's wife dead: Reservoir Dogs star's partner of 30 years Jo Andres dies in New York aged 65January 12, 2019
The filmmaker and artist passed away this month aged 65 with family and friends around her, according to EOnline.
Her cause of death has not yet been announced.
Hollywood actor Buscemi, 61, who starred in Reservoir Dogs and The Sopranos, married Andres in 1987.
Their son Lucian was born three years later.
The couple were last seen together on the red carpet in July at The Cinema Society screening Of Puzzle in New York.
Andres directed music and art videos, as well as her own film performance works.
She was also a dance consultant to the acclaimed Wooster Group, with her choreography seen in the 1998 movie The Imposters.
According to her website, "Andres first became known on the kinetic downtown New York performance scene of the 1980s for her film/dance/light performances, shown at the reigning venues of the era, among them The Performing Garage, La Mama E.T.C., P.S. 122, St. Marks Danspace, and the Collective for Living Cinema".
It also says on her site: "Black Kites, Andres’ 1996 award-winning film, aired on PBS, RAI Italian TV and screened in Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, London and Human Rights Watch Film Festivals. Andres directed music and art videos, as well as her own film performance works."
Buscemi got his first break in Quentin Tarantino's film Reservoir Dogs.
He then appeared in 1996's Fargo, 1998's The Big Lebowski and 2001's Ghost World.
The Brooklyn native is now on the TV show Miracle Workers.
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