Rivelata la causa della morte di Cloris Leachman

Cloris Leachman died in January at the age of 94 and now her death certificate reveals that COVID-19 contributed to the legendary stage and screen actress’ passando.

Leachman died of a stroke, a spokesperson for the San Diego County’s Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed to Rivista di persone.

The spokesperson added that the coronavirus contributed to her death but was not the underlying cause.

ET Online, who first reported the news, revealed that Leachman was cremated on Feb. 7 and her remains are with her daughter, Dinah, in California.

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A gennaio, her rep told Fox News that she died in Encinitas, Calif. with her daughter by her side.

There was no one like Cloris. With a single look she had the ability to break your heart or make you laugh ’till the tears ran down your face,” said Leachman’s longtime manager Juliet Green via Leachman’s rep Monique Moss. “You never knew what Cloris was going to say or do and that unpredictable quality was part of her unparalleled magic.

Actress Cloris Leachman died in January from a stroke.

Actress Cloris Leachman died in January from a stroke. (Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

Green added that Leachmanloved her children and her grandchildren ferociouslyand remembered her as a lifelong vegetarian” chi “was a passionate advocate for animal rights.

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The star was known as one of Hollywood’s most prolific performers having won an Academy Award, un globo dorato and eight Primetime Emmy Awards.

She is best known for playing Phyllis Lindstrom onThe Mary Tyler Moore Show,” che correva da 1970-1977. Secondo IMDb, the star appeared in 35 episodes as Mary’s cooky landlady.

Cloris Leachman (as Phyllis Lindstrom) nel 1975.

Cloris Leachman (as Phyllis Lindstrom) nel 1975. (CBS tramite Getty Images)

The role eventually led to a spin-off calledPhyllis,” which aired from 1975-1977.

Leachman is also noted for receiving more Emmy awards than any other actor, winning a Daytime Emmy in addition to her eight primetime awards, per The Hollywood Reporter.

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Beyond television, the actress had a rich career in film anche, having won an Oscar for 1971’sThe Last Picture Show,” a movie that saw her play the wife of a high school coach in a small southern town.

Before making it big in Hollywood, Leachman had built an impressive resume in the world of theater, appearing in a number of Broadway productions, Compreso “South Pacific” e “As You Like It.

She also competed onBallando con le stelleat the remarkable age of 82.

Nel 1953, Leachman married filmmaker George Englund and divorced in 1979. Englund died in 2017. They shared five children: Bryan — che è morto in 1986 — Morgan, Adamo, Dinah and George.

Fox News’ Nate Day ha contribuito a questo rapporto.

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