Actress Heather Menzies-Urich, who played Louisa von Trapp, one of the seven von Trapp children in “The Sound Of Music” died Sunday in Frankford, Ontario. She was 68.

Menzies-Urich’s son, Ryan Urich, told Variety that his mother passed away late Sunday after battling brain cancer.

“She was an actress, a ballerina and loved living her life to the fullest. She was not in any pain but, nearly four weeks after her diagnosis of terminal brain cancer, she had enough and took her last breath on this earth at 7: 22 p.m.,” Urich said.

Ted Chapin, the president of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization, said in a statement: “Heather was part of ‘the family.’ There is really no other way to describe the members of the cast of the movie of ‘The Sound of Music. Heather was a cheerful and positive member of the group, always hoping for the next gathering. We are all lucky to have known her, and she will happily live on in that beautiful movie. We will miss her,” BBC reported.

According to Net Worth Post, Menzies-Urich’s net worth is $18 million. Born in Toronto on Dec 3, 1949, to Scottish parents, Menzies-Urich was a Canadian-American model and actress, popular for her role as Louisa von Trapp in the 1965 film “The Sound of Music.” Menzies-Urich also portrayed the role of Jessica 6 in the popular TV series “Logan’s Run.”

At the age of 23, Menzies-Urich posed nude for the Playboy magazine under the title the Tender Trapp.

Menzies-Urich was married to Robert Urich in 1975 and had three children with him — Ryan Urich, Allison Grady Urich, and Emily Urich. However, he passed away in 2002. After her husband’s death, Menzies-Urich founded the Robert Urich Foundation to raise funds for cancer research. Prior to Urich, she was married to John Cluett.

Among those who paid tribute to Menzies-Urich was Kym Karath, who played Gretl in the film “The Sound of Music.”

“I am filled with infinite sadness tonight. My precious friend and SOM sister Heather Menzies passed away this evening. Devastated,” she wrote on Twitter.

The Sound of Music, on their official Twitter website, too offered their condolences to the late actress.

Menzies-Urich’s death comes 14 months after the death of Charmian Carr who played Liesl, the eldest of the von Trapp children. Carr died of complications from a rare form of dementia, her representative said at the time.

Speaking of Carr’s death, Karath said at the time: “She has been like a sister throughout my life.”