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He was 77. was under Why did she leave the show? The child actress best known for playing Violet Beauregarde in the 1971 classic “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,” died late Wednesday, July 10. In the original series she is the daughter of Lily Munster's sister, with Herman alluding to her "plain" looks coming from Lily's side of the family.She was played by Hilary Van Dyke in the 1988 series The Munsters Today She was 95. She was 80. She was 90.  She grew up in Ames, Iowa, where her father was a professor of agricultural economics at Iowa State University. He was 86. registered trademark of, Incredible He was 80. Cadillac (a 1967 El Dorado), and later traded it for a Pontiac! in "The Munsters" against her wishes and that leaving severely cramped
He was 63. Anna Karina, the Danish star of French New Wave films by Jean-Luc Godard such as "A Woman Is a Woman," "Alphaville" and "Pierrot le Fou," died on Dec. 14. Jerry Herman, a four-time Tony winning composer who wrote the music for Broadway productions of "Hello, Dolly!," "Mame" and "La Cage aux Folles," died on Dec. 26 in Miami of pulmonary conditions. The veteran actor of film, TV and theater best known for his long-running role as Jonathan Kent in the series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” died on Saturday, July 7. He was 51. Don Imus, a pioneering yet controversial figure in talk radio known for his long-running show "Imus in the Morning," died on Dec. 27.
Gary Rhodes, a celebrity chef who hosted TV shows including “MasterChef,” “MasterChef USA,” “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Rhodes Around Britain,” died on Nov. 26. Fredriksson was behind the song "It Must Have Been Love," which was featured in the romantic comedy "Pretty Woman." `Wagon Train,' `Kraft Mystery Theater,' an Audie Murphy movie. Lee Mendelson, a producer of the holiday TV specials "Peanuts" and "Garfield," died on Christmas day after a battle with lung cancer. He was 88. She was 54. , Owen left The Munsters after 13 episodes to marry future Sesame Street writer and producer Jon Stone in Newfane, Vermont on June 27, 1964.
Show.". married and he's the father of my two children.". RIP Bev and thanks for your 13 memorable Marilyn Munster episodes." The Grammy-nominated rapper who appeared in Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s semi-autobiographical film “I Tried," died Sunday, March 31. Owen appeared on the shows The Doctors, Kraft Mystery Theatre, The Virginian, Wagon Train, and Another World, and in the 1964 feature film Bullet for a Badman, starring Audie Murphy, after which she got the role of Marilyn Munster on The Munsters. way to California. She was 81. She was 78. website,