After apparently having a stroke on Sunday at the age of 84, famous actress Judy Farrell, who was most remembered for her role as Nurse Able in the groundbreaking television program “M*A*S*H,” has reportedly passed away.
Michael, Farrell’s son, stated that his mother had passed away. According to TMZ, the well-known actress had a stroke around nine days before her passing, and she was apparently hospitalized when she died away.
Michael said that Farrell was cognizant and attentive, and she was able to grip the hands of loved ones who had gathered around her. Nevertheless, as a result of the stroke, she was unable to talk.
M*A*S*H actress Judy Farrell who starred as Nurse Able dies after suffering stroke.https://t.co/CW737HQCxK
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Farrell made a total of eight appearances on the television series “M*A*S*H,” in which she acted alongside her first husband, Mike Farrell, who at the time portrayed the character of Captain B.J. Hunnicutt on the show.
In 1983, she got a divorce from her first husband and went on to marry Joe Bratcher a few years later.
She is survived by her husband Bratcher as well as her children Michael and Erin.