Mark Bish

Rue McClanahan, the renowned American actress died from a heart attack at the age of seventy six. “She died at one in the morning” said her manager, Barbara Lawrence. McClanahan’s manage reported the news in People, an American magazine. Morrow Wilson, her husband, stated that her son Mark Bish released her from her torment by pulling out the life support. After the attack Rue McClanahan went unconscious and medical instruments were keeping her alive. Mark Bish made a hard decision and took off the life support that was keeping Rue McClanahan alive.

The famed artist opened eyes in a mediocre family in the state of Oklahoma. After completing education in her hometown she moved to New York. In 1967 she got selected to perform in a theatre. The artist was brought to the limelight in 1969 for her role as Sally in a musical show with Dustin Hoffman. He was one of the protagonists of the series Crisp.

From 1985 to 1992, she performed the role of Blanche Devereaux, a Southern man-eater woman and the owner of the house where she lived with her best friends, Dorothy Zbornak, Rose Nylund and Sophia Petrillo. The role of Dorothy Zbornak was played by Beatrice Arthur, who died last year. Betty White played the role of Rose Nylund and Estelle Getty, who died two years ago acted as Sophia Petrillo.

The actress has been married six times. She married Morrow Wilson in 1997. She also left a son, Mark Bish, who was born from her first marriage.