The former actress loses the fight against cancer
Soaps.com is sad to report that the former actress of the soap opera Beverley Owen died at the age of 81 February 21 at her home in Vermont, surrounded by friends and family, after a fight against ovarian cancer. Owen was reportedly diagnosed in January 2017, but decided to keep her condition private.
Owens, who received a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and studied under the acting teacher Sanford Meisner, who developed the Meisner technique, was married to the Emmy Award-winning author and director Jon Stone from 1967 to 1974 is known for creating Sesame Street characters such as Cookie Monster and Oscar the Grouch. They had two daughters together, Polly and Kate. [1
Owens's first role as a soap opera was on when the world moved in 1961 Linda Elliot, and in 1963 she appeared The Doctors as well as Another World on which she was born in the early 1970s. Paula McCrea played. The actress also appeared on Kraft Mystery Theater, Wagon Train and The Virginians but was best known for her role as Marilyn Munster in the long-running television series The Munsters although she left after the first season to marry. Butch Patrick, who played Eddie Munster, went on social media to remember his deceased co-star and said, "Beautiful Beverly Owen has left us. What a sweet soul. I had the crush on her the most. RIP Bev and thank you for your 13 memorable episodes of Marilyn Munster.
Soaps.com sends its condolences to Beverley Owen's family and friends.