‘A Half Men’ Celebrity Conchata Ferrell dies at 77

LOS ANGELES — Conchata Ferrell, who became famous for her role as Berta that the housekeeper on TV’s”Two and a Half Men” following a lengthy career as a character actor on stage and in films, such as”Mystic Pizza” and”Network,” has expired.

Ferrell expired Monday at Sherman Oaks Hospital in Los Angeles after cardiac arrest, according to publicist Cynthia Snyder.

Ferrell soldiered through over a decade on”Two and a Half Men,” playing opposite Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer before Sheen was fired by the sitcom for erratic behavior that comprised publicly insulting producer Chuck Lorre.

The show, which debuted in 2003 on CBS, lasted on the community with fresh star Ashton Kutcher before 2015. Ferrell was on board for the complete run.

She was recalled by Cryer for its”happiness she brought so many.”

“Berta’s gruff exterior was a creation of those authors. Chatty’s vulnerability and warmth were her actual strengths,” he submitted on Twitter.

At a tweet, Sheen explained Ferrell as”a complete love, a consummate pro, a real friend,” and predicted her reduction debilitating.

Ferrell, a native of Charleston, West Virginia, and graduate of Marshall University acquired fame and many theatre awards in 1974 because of her character in”The Sea Horse.” Her job at Lanford Wilson’s”Hot L Baltimore” contributed to a starring part at the Norman Lear sitcom of the same name.

She also received two Emmy supporting actress Emmy nominations for”Two and a Half Men,” and a nod to her role as Susan Bloom on”L.A. Law.”

She’s survived by her husband, Arnie Anderson, along with her daughter, Samantha.