Charlie Sheen pays touching tribute after death of ‘Two and a Half Men’ co-star

Charlie Sheen took to twitter on Tuesday to mourn the death of former Two and a Half Men co-star, Conchata Ferell who passed away on Monday at the age of 77.

According to her manager, Dan Spilo, Ferell passed away due to complications resulting from cardiac arrest at the Sherman Oaks Hospital in California.

In the wake of news announcing her death, Sheen went on social to mourn her passing.

“an absolute sweetheart // a consummate pro // a genuine friend // a shocking and painful loss,” Sheen wrote in his unique style of tweeting before ending his post by saying, “Berta, your housekeeping // was a tad suspect, // your “people”keeping was perfect.”

Ferrell, who played Berta in the hit sitcom, died on Tuesday (13 October) after a cardiac arrest, aged 77.
Ferrell, who played Berta in the hit sitcom, died on Tuesday (13 October) after a cardiac arrest, aged 77.

Ferrell was on board for Two and a Half Men’s the full run from its debut in 2003 on CBS to its end in 2015.

Fellow co-star Jon Cryer (Allan) remembered her for the “joy she brought so many.” He also noted that while she might have been aggressive on-screen, off the camera she radiated warmth.

“Berta’s gruff exterior was an invention of the writers. Chatty’s warmth and vulnerability were her real strengths,” he posted on Twitter.

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