LOS ANGELES – Georgia Angel, who played the charmingly innocent, low-voiced georgette in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and accumulated a number of other TV stations Stage Credits , died. She was 70.
Engel died Friday in Princeton, New Jersey, her friend and executor John Quilty said. The cause of death was unknown because she was a Christian scientist and did not see any doctors, Quilty said on Monday.
Angel was best known for her role as Georgette in the "Mary Tyler Moore Show," whose character was unlikely to marry pompous host Ted Baxter, played by Ted Knight.
Angel also had recurring roles in Everybody Loves Raymond and Hot in Cleveland. She was a five-time Emmy nominee and received two nods for the late Moore show and three for Everybody Loves Raymond.
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Angel's successful career has included guest appearances on various shows, including The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Coach, and Two and a Half Men. , Her "Hot in Cleveland" role brought her together with Betty White, her co-star in The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
She starred on Broadway in plays and musicals, including "Hello, Dolly!", "The Boys from Syracuse" and, most recently, The Drowsey Chaperone in 2006-07.
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Engels final television appearance came in the Netflix series "One Day at a Time. "