Conchata Ferrell, a three-time Emmy nominee, died Monday at Sherman Oaks Hospital due to cardiac arrest. She was 77 years old when she died.
She appeared in more than 200 episodes of the television series comedy “Two and a half men” and She also played a regular character in the sixth season of the television series: La’s Law.
Out of all, she’s best-known for the character of housekeeper Berta on the CBS comedy Two and a Half Men. Because of the talent shown while playing this character, she twice got nominated at the Emmy awards for the award of “best supporting actress in a comedy”
Her other notable TV series are Good Times, ER, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, BJ, and the Bear, and Grace and Frankie. She also appeared in movies such as Heartland (First starring role), Network, Mystic Pizza, True Romance, Erin Brockovich, Edward Scissorhands, Mr. Deeds, and Krampus.
Before entering movies and television, Farrell was a very talented stage actress. She was a very successful broadway actress who won many awards. She was an original member of the Circle Repertory Theatre. For her appearance as Gertrude Blum in Edward J. Moore’s The Sea Horse, she received a Drama Desk Award, a Theatre World Award, and an Obie Award for Best Actress in 1974.