‘M*A*S*H’ movie star and Oscar nominee Sally Kellerman has died at 84
Kellerman died Thursday morning after battling dementia, her son, Jack Krane, advised the publication.
Born in Lengthy Seaside, California, and raised within the Los Angeles space, Kellerman wrote in her memoir, “Learn My Lips: Tales of a Hollywood Life,” that she had an curiosity in leisure from a younger age.
Her performing profession spanned greater than 60 years, with notable roles within the 1986 movie “Again to Faculty” and 1994’s “Prêt-à-Porter,” and he or she was featured in tv exhibits resembling “Star Trek,” “Bonanza” and “Maron.”
Along with her deep, distinct voice, she later in her profession supplied voiceover work for commercials, narrative roles and a number of cartoon sequence.
CNN has reached out to representatives of Kellerman for remark.