Suzanne Somers Remembered: Beloved Actress Dies At 76 After Brave Cancer Battle


Suzanne Somers, the beloved actress known for her roles in “Three’s Company” and numerous other TV shows and movies, has passed away at the age of 76 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. The tragic news was confirmed by her publicist, R. Couri Hay, who shared that Somers peacefully passed away at her home on October 15th.

Key Takeaway

Suzanne Somers, the iconic actress known for her role in “Three’s Company” and her extensive film and television career, has passed away at the age of 76 after a courageous battle with cancer. Her legacy will be remembered in the hearts of fans worldwide.

Legendary Actress Remembered

Suzanne Somers was a legendary actress who left a lasting impact on the entertainment industry. Her iconic portrayal of the lovable and ditzy Chrissy Snow on the popular ABC sitcom “Three’s Company” made her a household name. However, Somers’ talent spanned far beyond that role, with notable appearances in shows like “Starsky and Hutch,” “Hollywood Wives,” “She’s the Sheriff,” and “Step by Step,” among others.

Movie-wise, Suzanne’s performance in “American Graffiti” is considered her standout role in the film industry. She also appeared in a number of other movies, including “Ants!,” “Yesterday’s Hero,” “Nothing Personal,” “Serial Mom,” “The Nutty Professor,” and more. While Somers had not acted since 2001, her contributions to the entertainment world will always be remembered.

A Courageous Battle

Suzanne Somers was first diagnosed with melanoma in 2000, and later faced a battle with breast cancer. Over the span of 23 years, she showed incredible strength and resilience in fighting against the disease. In the summer of this year, she publicly announced that her breast cancer had returned, but remained determined to continue her fight, stating, “I know how to put on my battle gear and I’m a fighter.”

Sad Farewell to a Beloved Star

It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to Suzanne Somers, a beloved star who touched the lives of many throughout her career. Her passing comes just one day before what would have been her 77th birthday. Suzanne leaves behind her son, Bruce Jr.