3. Patty Duke- March 29
Patty Duke began acting professionally as a child and at 16 turned into the youngest Academy Award winner for her part as youthful Helen Keller in 1962’s The Miracle Worker. After a year, she began taking a shot at the TV drama The Patty Duke Show in double roles as “identical cousins.” One was American while the other was British. Duke kept on working in films and TV. She was the mother of Sean Astin of The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Goonies. She was one of the main big names to advocate for mental health issues after she was determined to have bipolar disorder in 1982. She died at 69 subsequent to a burst intestine.
4. Doris Roberts- April 17
Doris had a long profession in motion pictures and TV. However, she’s best known for her role as an intruding and irritating TV mother on the long-running CBS hit Everybody Loves Raymond. The part of Marie Barone won her four Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She also featured in shows like Angie (1979-1980), Dream On (1993-1995), Remington Steele (1983-1987), and St. Somewhere else, the last of which earned Roberts her first Emmy for best supporting actor in a drama. Roberts died of a stroke at the age of 90.