'Two And A Half Men' Star Conchata Ferrell Dies At 77

Brenda Watkins
October 15, 2020

Actress Conchata Ferrell, best known for as the sassy housekeeper Berta in the sitcom Two And A Half Men, died at the age of 77.

The actress, who was 77, passed away on Tuesday in a Los Angeles hospital 'as a result of complications following a cardiac arrest, ' according to Deadline.

She died peacefully surrounded by her family at Sherman Oaks Hospital in Sherman Oaks, California.

"Berta, your housekeeping was a tad suspect, your "people" keeping was flawless", he tweeted. The first was for her work on "L.A. Law" in 1992 and earned two others for her role on "Two and a Half Men", on which she played salty and sassy housekeeper Berta. "Chatty's warmth and vulnerability were her real strengths", he posted on Twitter.

Back in July, it was reported that Ferrell was ill and on a respirator after suffering a heart attack.

Melanie Lynskey, who played Rose on the show, also praised Ferrell, calling her "the warmest, most gracious lady".

Two and a Half stars Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer pay tributes to their co-star. "I have a feeling she'll call me Zippy, '" he concluded.

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"She was a attractive human", he wrote.

In 2014, in an interview given to AV club, Ferrell said she was able to live vicariously through the much-loved-but-cantankerous character, who had originally been written as an eastern European woman.

She was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series in 2005 and 2007. Her other television roles included E/R, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Good Times, Grace and Frankie, BJ And The Bear, and more.

Sheen, who was infamously fired from the series after feuding with Warner Bros. and co-creator Chuck Lorre, remembered Ferrell as "an absolute sweetheart / a consummate pro / a genuine friend" and described her death as "a shocking and painful loss". She also featured in an episode of F.R.I.E.N.D.S in 1999.

The cast of Two and a Half Men are honoring one of the show's most beloved stars.

Ferrell survived by her husband, Arnie, and her daughter, Samantha, Spilo said.

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