Abby Dalton is best known for her roles in sitcom ‘Hennessy’ and her play ‘Falcon Crest’. She was 88 years old. The news was confirmed to Fox News by the late Star’s agent on Monday. According to his agent, Dalton died on November 23 in Los Angeles after a long battle with an unknown illness.
According to Fox News, she received an Emmy nomination from the work of Navy nurse Lieutenant Martha Hele in ‘Hennessy’. She starred opposite Oscar nominee Jackie Cooper, who died in 2011. In ‘Falcon Crest’, which is in the family behind the successful vineyard, Dalton played Julia Kumson, the youngest daughter.
‘The Joy Bishop Show’ was one of her other notable credits, based on which she played the role of Ally Barnes with the Tytler actor.
Fox News reports that towards the film, Dalton was known for his role as Camity Jane in ‘Plainsman’ and Agnes Clark in ‘Girls on the Loose’. According to The Hollywood Reporter, she also worked as a dancer and model before appearing on screen.
In 1986, her time on ‘Falcon Crest’ came to an end, and since then she has only appeared a few times onscreen, including ‘Murder, She Wrote’, and her latest credit, 2013 short for ‘Mrs.’ . Sweeney. ‘
Behind Dalton are her daughter Kathleen Kinmont, her sons Matthew and John Smith, her husband Jack D. Smith and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren, according to the Hollywood Live reporter.
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