How Did Barrie Youngfellow Die? Death Cause, Obituary, & Funeral

Barrie Youngfellow, who was very famous for playing the role of spunky waitress Jan Hoffmeyer Gray on all the episodes of the 1980s sitcom It’s a Living, has passed away at the age of 75.

Her obituary details are not revealed yet. We are trying to reveal the details.

Her family wrote, “She was the best of friends and had many loyal ones. They continued saying, “Loved a good story and a nice bottle. Had a great laugh that confirmed her sense of life. Even during her decline, she could shoot off a good one-liner.”

The actress was also portrayed as Joan Crawford opposite Tony Curtis as David O. Selznick, Sharon Gless as Carole Lombard, and Morgan Brittany as Vivien Leigh in the 1980 NBC telefilm The Scarlett.

She is survived by her second husband, an actor named Sam Freed. Along with that, the survivors include her sisters, Kim and Heide. Moreover, they were married for 39 years.

Moreover, the Youngfellow was one of only four cast members to feature in every episode. However, in the third season, Jan got married to Richie Gray, played by Richard Kline of Three’s Company fame.

She was born on 22nd October 1946. She also performed in the local productions of Peter Pan, and then she made it to primetime in 1973 on The Streets of San Francisco and The New Temperatures Rising Show.

She was also starred in Police Woman, Barney Miller, Fernwood Tonight, Three’s Company, and The Jefferson’s. Her final on-screen role was in the year 1998 Law and Order.

The show is often praised and remembered for its punchy, Broadway-style theme song, which exhibits, “Life’s not the French Riviera/ Believe me/ Life’s not a charity ball!”

The Living Star actress made an appearance on “Murder, She Wrote” (1989) and the pilot “Blossom” (1990). This role was loved by numerous fans and followers.

Cause Of Death:

According to the news report, Youngfellow passed away on Monday. We are trying to reveal the cause of death as the family has not announced it yet.

Our deep condolences to her family, friends, and fans at this difficult time. May she rest in peace.

We shall keep our readers updated!

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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