Suzanne Somers, Emmy Award nominee and star of hit shows like Three Company And She is the honorable one. He died. She was 76 years old.
Somers’ longtime publicist R. Corey Hay issued a statement on behalf of the actress’ family on Sunday with the news that she passed away peacefully from breast cancer at her home in Palm Springs, California, on October 15, surrounded by her family. .
“She has survived an aggressive form of breast cancer for more than 23 years. Susan was surrounded by her loving husband Alan, her son Bruce and her immediate family,” the statement read. “Her family has gathered to celebrate her 77th birthday on October 16. Instead, they will celebrate her extraordinary life, And they want to thank the millions of fans and followers who loved her so much.
In addition to Three Company And She is the honorable one. The actress was also known for her roles in Step by Step And Serial mom.
Susan Marie Mahoney was born in San Bruno, California, on October 16, 1946, the third of four children in an Irish-American Catholic family led by Frank and Marion Mahoney. Her father was a laborer and her mother was a medical secretary. When the actress was six years old, her father became an alcoholic and would often call her names.
Somers began her acting career in the late 1960s and early 1970s when she took small, uncredited roles in Paulette, Father went fishing And Fools. Her first credited role was as “Blonde in the T-bird” in 1973 American graffiti.
She got a recurring role in Starsky and HatchWhere I played three different characters. After a few more years of solo roles in TV shows like Lots of Luck!, The Rockford Files And One day at a timeSomers got her breakout role as Chrissy Snow Three Companyfor which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination.
Somers’ last on-screen acting role came in 2001 Say it’s not so, Where she portrayed Gilbert’s mother. She made her Broadway debut in 2005 in a one-man show titled The blonde in Thunderbird. It detailed her life and career but only ran for a week after poor reviews and disappointing ticket sales.
In 2012, she launched her online talk show, Suzanne Somers hacks, Where I came to terms with it Three Company Co-star Joyce DeWitt. The actresses have not met or spoken to each other in 31 years. Later that year, Susan offered It aired on the Lifetime Network, where Somers welcomed the wind and covered a range of health and fitness topics.
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