“Two and a Half Men”: Conchata Ferrell, the popular Berta from the series starring Charlie Sheen, passed away at 77 | “Friends” | Jon Cryer | Twitter

Conchata Ferrell, the actress known for her role as Berta on the series “Two and a Half Men”, Passed away on October 12 at the age of 77 due to complications to your health after suffering cardiac arrest. When she left, she was surrounded by her family at Sherman Oaks Hospital (California, USA).

This is how the media made it known Deadline and the sad news was confirmed by Jon Cryer, colleague of Ferrell in the famous sitcom. Who will play Alan Harper mourned the loss through a series of messages from his account Twitter.

She was a beautiful human being. Berta’s gruff exterior was a writers’ invention. The warmth and vulnerability of ‘Chatty’ were her true strengths. I cry for the woman I will miss and for the joy she brought to so many”Wrote the actor.

On July 15, Ferrell suffered a heart attack that led to her being hospitalized, according to her husband Arnie Anderson to the American portal TMZ. For months before, his state of health showed signs of deterioration due to his constant cardiovascular problems.


Although she went on to become more known for being the sarcastic housekeeper to the troublesome and seductive Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen), Conchata Ferrell He had been working in various roles on American television since the 1970s.

His beginnings go back to the theater, when he participated in plays Broadway as “Hot L Baltimore” Y “The Sea Horse”, For which she was awarded two prizes. And he also had a recognized career in the seventh art, with appearances in films such as “Edward Scissorhands”, “Erin Brockovich”, “Mr. Deeds“, among other.

But her credits on the series would make her a successful actress. He was present in episodes of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Teen Angel”, “Good Times“And memorable were her forays into the roles of judge when she appeared in”Sledge Hammer!” Y “Friends”.

Conchata Ferrell played Berta in “Two and a Half Men”From 2003 to 2015, even when the series replaced Charlie Sheen by Ashton Kutcher in the leading roles. His iconic performance earned him two nominations for Emmy in the category of best supporting actress in a comedy series.


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