Actress Debbie Reynolds dies aged 84
Actress Debbie Reynolds has died at the age of 84.
Reynolds, who was best known for her role in Singin' In The Rain, passed away after suffering a stroke.
The actress, who suffered the loss of her daughter Carrie Fisher on Tuesday (December 27th), was taken ill at home while discussing funeral arrangements for her daughter.
She was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre suffering from breathing difficulties and her death was confirmed a few hours later.
As well as Singin' In The Rain, Reynolds would go on to star in a number of other iconic movies, including How The West Was Won and The Unsinkable Molly Brown, the latter of which earned her an Oscar nomination.
She also starred in her own TV series named The Debbie Reynolds Show, which ran for a number of years, as well as numerous turns on Broadway.
In recent times she was best born for her role on hugely successful sitcom Will & Grace where she played Grace's overbearing mother Bobbi.