“Malcolm in the Center”: Cloris Leachman, Grandmother Ida in the comic series, dies at 94 | Frankie Muniz | United State

The American actress and comedian Cloris Leachman She died on January 27 at the age of 94 of natural causes at her home in Encinitas (California, USA) with her daughter, according to Celebrity Portal. TMZ.

Leachman, award winning Oscar Best Supporting Actress in the FilmView the last photo(1971) and nine Emmy Awards throughout his career, he rose to fame in the United States in the 1970s thanks to various roles in television series.

At that time he also had a prominent role in the comedy horror movie.Young Frankenstein(1974), a world-famous movie directed by Mel Brooks.

However, her beginnings go back to 1946, when she was competing in the Miss America contest., A role that led to his television debut a few years later.

Career marked by success

Recently, from 2000 to 2006, she brought the role of the grandmother to life in the series “Malcolm in the Middle” (“Malcolm in the Middle”)Fox comedy starring Frankie Muniz Which was very successful in Latin America during the first decade of the century.

For this role, Leachman received five consecutive nominations for an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress and he won in 2006.

At the age of 82, Leachman competed on the Dancing with the Stars program.Shortly before turning 90, he accepted another role in the fictional series “American Gods” (2017).

After his death was announced, his son confirmed in statements to TMZ Q. LeachmanThe best life from start to finish one could wish for“.”He left us all with so much love“, pointed out.

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During his career, Leachman has also played roles in series such asFacts of life(1986);the desk(2009); andTwo and a half men(2005). (With information from EFE).

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