Sitcom Legend Lost, Dead at 76

Suzanne Somers, who was 76 years old, has died. She was a blonde actress who played the memorable character of Chrissy Snow on “Three’s Company.” She passed away in Palm Springs, California, after a long fight against breast cancer, with her husband Alan Hamel, son Bruce, and other loved ones by her side.

On October 15, one day before her 77th birthday, Somers passed away. Her publicist of many years, R. Couri Hay, broke the news to People that she had been battling breast cancer for almost twenty years. The family intends to hold a celebration of her exceptional life and express their gratitude to her many admirers. This week there will be a private burial, and then next month there will be a memorial service.

Somers said in July that her breast cancer, first discovered in 2000, had returned. She was mocked for choosing to treat her cancer with a chemical-free and organic lifestyle.

However, Suzanne Somers’ fame did not originate only from her TV appearances. After her breakthrough performance on “Three’s Company,” she was cast in a commercial for the Thighmaster. Eventually, she made another appearance on TV with “Step by Step,” a program that airs on ABC’s TGIF block.

She has written several books about health and beauty as well as her own life story. She also detailed her experience overcoming breast cancer, which she had for nearly twenty years. Because of this, she decided to launch her own skincare and makeup brand called Suzanne Organics.

In 2015, Suzanne Somers tried her hand at dancing on “Dancing With the Stars” during the show’s 20th season. The man she married, her son from a prior relationship, her two stepchildren, and her close family are the ones who will carry on her name and heritage.




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