John Krayer paid a touching tribute to his late star of the group Two and a Half Men Konchat Ferrell.
The 77-year-old actress died Tuesday at a hospital in Los Angeles “As a result of complications after cardiac arrest,” according to Deadline.
Cryer noted that the character of Conchata Bertha, the housekeeper, is a world far from the heart of “Chatty.”
‘Bertha’s rough appearance was a writer’s invention. Chatty’s warmth and vulnerability were her real strengths, “tweeted the 55-year-old actor. “I cry for the woman I will miss and the joy she has brought so much.”
Sad day: John Cryer pays tribute to his late colleague “Two and a Half Men” Konchat Ferrell, who died Tuesday at the age of 77
Touch: In a series of heartfelt tweets, the 55-year-old Cryer noted that Conchata Bertha’s character, the housekeeper, is far from the hearty “Chatty” and remembered the first time he met her on the CBS set.
He recalled meeting Farrell for the first time in his second episode of the wildly successful sitcom starring Charlie Sheen and, in recent seasons, Ashton Kutcher.
“I felt so lucky that they managed to cast her in the show. I was quick to tell her what a fan I was and she just refused to believe it, “he said.
“I had to tell one of my favorite bits from the canceled sitcom in the mid-’70s, called ‘Hot L Baltimore,’ before she finally realized I was serious,” he wrote. “I’m glad I absolutely knew how happy I was to share a scene with her.”
Cryer added: “I appreciated every moment and will continue until we meet again. I have a feeling she will call me Zippy.
She is missing: “I appreciated every moment and will continue until we meet again. I have the feeling that she will call me Zippy, “the actor wrote
RIP: Ferrell died at a Los Angeles hospital “as a result of complications following a cardiac arrest”. The actress, filmed in 2012, has been battling deteriorating health for months
The horse has been struggling with deteriorating health for most of this year.
In May, she was admitted to hospital with symptoms resulting from a kidney infection she had the previous Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
While in the hospital, the three-time Emmy nominee received cardiac arrest, which left her in the intensive care unit for four weeks.
In July, she was transferred to a long-term care center.
Charlie Sheen also used social media to mark Ferrell’s death, calling her a “perfect professional.”
Sheen, 55, tweeted: “Absolutely cute, perfect professional, true friend, shocking and painful loss. Bertha, your household was a little suspicious, your “keeping people was perfect.”
Bow: Charlie Sheen appeared on social media to tilt his hat on the “perfect professional” with whom he worked for many years
Actor Adam Sandler also paid tribute to the actress by writing on social media “RIP. Great lady. It will be missed terribly. I’m so sorry for her family.
Oscar-winning actress Villa Davis praised her for “your humor, heart, talent”
Konchata starred in “Two and a Half Men” from 2003 to 2015 and received two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series in 2005 and 2007.
Her last screen appearance was on Netflix’s The Ranch with Ashton Kutcher in 2017.
Conchata is survived by her husband Arnie Anderson, whom she married in 1986, and their 38-year-old daughter Samantha.
Her other half: Koncha survived by her husband Arnie Anderson, whom she married in 1986, and their daughter Samantha, 38. She and Arnie were pictured in 2007.
“Crying”: “Two and a Half Men” star Melanie Linky speaks tenderly about Konchata and her family in gushing homage
Stars mourned her death: Adam Sandler paid tribute to Koncha with this photo of the actress, writing “I’m going to miss her terribly”
Respect: Oscar-winning actress Villa Davis praised her for “your humor, heart, talent”