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Carole Cook Died | [Sixteen Candles] Actress Died: Hey guys We will griefly to share the news about Actress Mildred Frances Cook famous as Carole Cook,  died in Beverly Hills, California.

Her fame was also due to her acting abilities on the screen and stage. Carole Cook, 98, died on 11 Jan 2023, Wednesday.

Her death news  Robert Malcolm agent confirmed that heart failure was the cause of her death.  She passed away peacefully due to heart failure. She was well-known for her roles in films like Sixteen Candles, The Incredible Mr. Limpet and The Lucy Show. Her husband also confirmed this news.

Carole Cook Died

Carole Cook, an actress who was Lucille Ball’s protegee, died at 98 from heart failure. Her husband, actor Tom Troupe shared the news on 11Jan. Many people have expressed their grief for her passing and the news of her death is shocking for her family.

In this article, she was known as John Hughes’s grandmother inSixteen Candles“. Now there are many mourning her loss. She passed away peacefully.

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Who Was Carole Cook?

Mildred Frances Cook more famous as Carole Cook was born in Abilene Texas on 14 January 1924. She was a star actress who gained attention for her roles in Lucille Bal’s comedy light entertainment series, Here’s Lucy and The Lucy Show.

After studying Greek drama at Baylor University she made it to New York, where she participated in an off-Broadway revival for the Threepenny Opera. Lucille Ball was able to meet her and take her under her wing. They became close friends.   Read More :

Lucille Ball introduced her to Hollywood and she worked with her on many of her sitcoms. Cook starred with Ball on 18 episodes of The Lucy Show.

Cook has also been seen on several other television shows, such as Kojak, Major Crimes and Grey’s Anatomy. She also had a brief role in Charlie’s Angels.

After leaving the Lucy Show, Cook moved to Hollywood to join Lucille Ball. Cook changed her name from Lucy to Carole at that point. Ball suggested this name.

Cook gave money to many charities throughout her life. S.T.A.G.E, an HIV/AIDS charity, was also started by Cook. LA and she worked with Robert Osborne in raising funds for people living with HIV/AIDS.

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Carole Cook was a popular actress. Many people loved her many roles on the screen and on the stage. Her roles as Bessie Limpet (Don Knotts’ wife) in The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964), and Grandma Helen (Sixteen Candles (1966) are two of her most well-known.

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