Susan Tolsky, ‘Here Come the Brides’ and ‘Madame’s Place’ actress, dead at 79

Actress Susan Tolsky, best known for appearing in “Madame’s Place” and “Here Come the Brides,” died at age 79 from natural causes.

Tolsky’s sister, Noel Foreman, confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter, saying the actress died at her home in Toluca Lake, Calif. on Oct. 9.

A funeral service was held on Oct. 31 at North Hollywood’s Angeleno Valley Mortuary.

Throughout her glittering onscreen career, the Houston native landed notable roles in prominent TV shows and films.

In 1968, Tolsky landed a recurring role in “Here Come the Brides” where she appeared as Biddie Cloom in 47 episodes, according to IMDb.

Tolsky’s breakthrough role led to an appearance on CBS’s shortlived series “The New Bill Cosby Show” in 1972.

Susan Tolsky (left) appears in "Here come the brides" alongside Katherine Crawford (right) on Dec. 12, 1969.
Susan Tolsky (left) appears in “Here come the brides” alongside Katherine Crawford (right) on Dec. 12, 1969.
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Tolsky later secured the role of Bernadette Van Gilder in “Madame’s Place” in 1982. She appeared in 55 episodes of the hit show.

Tolsky also has acting credits in films, having appeared in 1971’s “Pretty Maids All in a Row” as well as “Charley and the Angel” released in 1973. She went on to secure a role in the 1981 film “The Devil and Max Devlin.”

She turned to voice acting in the late 1980 for shows such as “Darkwing Duck,” “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” and The Buzz on Maggie,” which was her last credit.

Susan Tolsky landed a recurring role in "Here Come the Brides" in 1968, as she appeared as Biddie Cloom.
Susan Tolsky landed a recurring role in “Here Come the Brides” in 1968, as she appeared as Biddie Cloom.
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Speaking in 1969, the actress told TV Guide that her voice resembles “a chicken with a hernia.”

“I realized a long time ago that men don’t look at me and pant and go crazy. But at least I’m not worried about turning 40,” she said.




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