Iconic comedian and Oscar-winning actress Cloris Leachman has passed away.
- According to her publicist, she passed away from natural causes, with her daughter was by her side.
Cloris had an unbelievable career--
The Mary Tyler Moore Show, her most iconic role, playing landlady Phyllis Lindstrom which led to her spin-off sitcom series Phyllis.
She won an Academy Award in 1971 for her dramatic role in "The Last Picture Show."
She was also memorable as Frau Blücher in Mel Brooks' 1974 classic "Young Frankenstein," and in her roles in 1977's "High Anxiety" and 1981's "History of the World: Part I."
Leachman, who was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 2011, earned 22 Emmy nominations and eight Primetime Emmy awards and one Daytime Emmy Award.
- She also stole the show in 2008 when she was a cast member on Dancing With the Stars.
- Cloris Leachman was 94 years old when she died.
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