“Two and a Half Men” star, Kanchata Farrell dies of cardiac arrest at age 77

Kanchata Farrell
On Sunday, September 16, 2007, Kanchata saw Farrell.

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Kanchata Farrell, best known for her role as Berta’s housekeeper on TV. “Two and a half manHe died on stage and after a long career as a character actor in films, including “Mystic Pizza” and “Network.” She was 77 years old.

Farrell died Monday of a heart attack at Sherman Oaks Hospital in Los Angeles, according to publicist Cynthia Schneider.

Ferrell soldered for more than a decade on “Two and a Half Men” playing against Charlie Sheen. John Cryer Shine was removed from Sitcom for irregular behavior, including publicly abusive producer Chuck Lore.

The series, which aired on CBS in 2003, continued on the network New star Ashton Kutcher Until 2015. Farrell was on board for the full run.

She was reminded by Cryer “for the joy she brought so much.”

“Berta was the invention of strict external writers. The warmth and weakness of Chatty was her real strength,” he said. He tweeted.

In a tweet, Sheen described Ferrell as “a perfect girlfriend, a consumer pro, a true friend” and described his loss as painful.

Farrell, a native of Charleston, West Virginia and a graduate of Marshall University, received recognition and several theater awards in 1974 for his role in “The Sea Horse”. He starred in the Norman Lear sitcom of the same name due to his work in Lanford Wilson’s “Hot El Baltimore”.

She received two supporting actress Emmy nominations for “Two and a Half Men” and “LA Low.” But received acceptance for the role of Susan Bloom.

Farrell’s other credits include “Heartland,” “True Romance” and “Erin Brockovich” when her TV appearances came on “Good Times,” “ER,” “Grace and Frankie,” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Series.

Her family consists of her husband, Arnie Anderson, and her daughter Samantha.