Actress Suzanne Somers Dies at 76 Following Battle with Cancer

Actress Suzanne Somers Dies at 76 Following Battle with Cancer

( – Chrissy Snow (Suzanne Somers) died from breast cancer on October 15. She was one day shy of 77.

R. Couri Hay, Somers’ publicist of 23 years, said that the actress had died early on October 15 after a protracted battle with an aggressive type of breast cancer. On October 16, she would have turned 77, and to mark the occasion, her devoted loved ones gathered to honor her.

Instead, they’ll hold a celebration of her exceptional life and express gratitude to her devoted followers. Hay stated that the family’s private burial would be held, with a memorial service the following month.

Somers had already been told she had cancer twice. Two forms of cancer struck during her 30s and 50s: skin and breast. Her recurrent breast cancer was made public in July. She claims to have had cancer for decades, but she has used both alternative and mainstream treatments to keep the disease at bay.

Chrissy Snow, the vivacious blonde roommate of Janet Wood, played by Joyce DeWitt, and Jack Tripper, played by John Ritter, brought Northern California native Suzanne Somers her first significant breakthrough in the 1977 TV comedy “Three’s Company.”

Later, she co-starred from 1991 to 1998 on the show “Step by Step,” and she appeared in the TV series from 1987 to 1989 in “She’s the Sheriff.”

She also shot to fame and became the face of ThighMaster before she and her husband, Alan Hamel, purchased the company outright. Somers allegedly made $300 million off of her leg-toning workout product, which can be done in the comfort of one’s own home.

The ex-Malibu local has said in the past that she has always made it a priority to lead a healthy life. Everything she uses, from cleaning supplies to cosmetics, must be devoid of harmful chemicals.

Sumers wed TV personality Alan Hamel, her second husband, in 1977. She spoke about how much they loved each other all the time. They have a son named Bruce and three precious granddaughters named Daisy, Violet, and Camelia.

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