’Two and a Half Men’ star Conchata Ferrell dies at 77


Conchata Ferrell, known for her role as Charlie Sheen's housekeeper on 'Two and a Half Men,' has passed away at the age of 77.

According to TMZ, Ferrell reportedly died on Monday from complications following cardiac arrest. She was surrounded by her family at Sherman Oaks Hospital.

Ferrell appeared in every season of "Two and a Half Men" on CBS, and she also had a series of movie roles including "Edward Scissorhands," "The Mask," "Mr. Deeds," and "Erin Brockovich."

According to Deadline, Ferrell snagged an Emmy nomination in 1992 for her role as Susan Bloom on "L.A. Law." She also made appearances on "Good Times," "E/R," "Grace and Frankie," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and "BJ and the Bear,"

Ferrell also worked as a stage actress, gaining some off-Broadway success being an original member of the Circle Repertory Theatre.

“Conchata Ferrell was exactly the kind of artist for whom we created our theater – a deeply honest performer who would inspire our playwrights to create roles for her,” said Circle Rep’s founding artistic director, Marshall W. Mason. “She was our first home-grown star.”

"Two and a Half Men" co-star Sheen took to Twitter with his words of love for the late actress, writing, "An absolute sweetheart, a consummate pro, a genuine friend, a shocking and painful loss."

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