To me, Margot Kidder is Lois Lane, but, obviously, she was so much more than that. She was an actress, a feminist, an activist, and a woman who had a very painful and public struggle with bipolar disorder. Kidder had the courage to speak frankly and openly about her mental illness and should be admired for that as much as any role she played.
At one point, as a kid, I'm sure I wanted to be her so that I would have a chance to fly around Metropolis/New York with Christopher Reeve:
Crossposted at https://rusty-armour.dreamwidth.org/171429.html