The Mary Tyler Moore Show star Georgia Angel has tragically passed away at the age of 70!
Mary Tyler, the legendary Television actress, took her last breath on 12th Friday in Princeton, New Jersey, reports The New York Times.
John Quilty, a close friend, and executor told the outlet that Engel didn't consult any doctor the cause of her death is not yet revealed. Her talent agent has decided not to comment at the moment.
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Mary was famous for her work in The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and Ordinary People. Her co-star from The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Betty White talked about the late actress.
Georgia Engel passed away at the age of 70.SOURCE: Newsmax
She said, “Georgia was one of a kind and the absolute best.” Back in 2012, during an interview with TV land, Betty talked about Mary and stated,
“You don’t get a chance very often in your life to meet a friend like Georgia, let alone an actress that you’re working with, and to suddenly find pure gold. That’s a privilege.”
She started her career back in 1969 in a Broadway play titled Hello, Dolly! and also worked in the musical hit, Half Time. Soon after her career hit it off, she marked a name for herself while portraying the character of Georgette Franklin on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
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She also appeared as a guest in the hit tv series such as The Office (2012) and Two and a Half Men (2012).
Engel, who is a Christian scientist, never married and is currently survived by the Robin Engel and Penny Lusk.