Suzanne Somers Dead at 76

( – Suzanne Somers, celebrated for her role as Chrissy Snow in the TV sitcom “Three’s Company,” has died. Following her passing she received an outpouring of tributes on social media.

The beloved actress, a best-selling author, successful entrepreneur, and fitness guru, passed away in the early hours of Sunday, October 15. Suzanne Somers was 76 at the time of her death.

Joyce DeWitt, who played Janet Wood, Chrissy’s roommate on “Three’s Company,” expressed her condolences and sympathy towards Suzanne’s family following the sad news. She mentioned that she hoped Suzanne was met by angels and that this thought would help heal the hearts of her family during this difficult period.

Suzanne’s death occurred just one day before her 77th birthday, which was on October 16th. Her family had plans to come together and celebrate this special day, but they will now honor her remarkable legacy. Her publicist conveyed their gratitude to her millions of fans and followers.

Barry Manilow, the renowned singer, composer, and friend of Suzanne for more than four decades, shared his deep connection with the late actress. He described her as the sister he never had, highlighting her talents not just as an actress but also as a loving mother, an exceptional homemaker, and an outstanding cook. Suzanne Somers was a cherished confidant in his life, and he expressed a profound sense of loss while wishing for her peace and relief from pain.

Both Suzanne and Barry were long-time friends and neighbors in the Palm Springs area, where their friendship blossomed. Somers once expressed that she felt at ease with him, allowing her to be herself without any reservations.

Suzanne Somers, according to her team, exhibited immense strength during her 23-year battle with cancer. She openly discussed her ongoing fight, even when her breast cancer returned in July. She spoke of not allowing the disease to control her life and faced it with resilience. Her first cancer diagnosis was in 2000, and she had previously overcome skin cancer.

Suzanne Somers’s team said she leaves behind a legacy of laughter and inspiration, having touched the hearts of millions with her performances and her remarkable resilience in the face of adversity.

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