Naomi Judd is a famous American actress and singer.

In 1983, she and her daughter Wynonna formed the successful country music duo The Judds, which went on to win five Grammy Awards and nine Country Music Association Awards.

Naomi Judd is expected to have a net worth of around $25 million.

On April 30, 2022, when she was 76 years old, Judd committed suicide by shooting herself in the head in her home in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee.

She had been struggling with mental health issues for quite some time, including sadness, anxiety, panic attacks, and thoughts of ending her own life.

 The facial swelling, loss of hair, and tremors were just a few of the unpleasant side effects that were brought on by the lithium and other prescriptions that had been recommended by the doctor.

The Associated Press got the news from a press release that her daughter sent out. Mental illness was the cause of death for Naomi Judd.

When Naomi Judd was 18 years old, she gave birth to her first child, Christina Claire Ciminella, who would later become known as Wynonna Judd

On May 6, 1989, Judd married Larry Strickland, who was a member of the Palmetto State Quartet.

Charles Jordan, who was her boyfriend at the time and Wynonna's biological father, broke up with her, so she quickly married Michael Ciminella.