By Kofi Outlaw - March 1, 2019
Katherine Helmond, star of iconic TV series like Soap and Who's the Boss? has died at the age of 89. She passed away in her Los Angeles due to complications from Alzheimer's, Deadline reports (via APA).
In addition to playing Mona Robinson on Who's the Boss?, Helmond was a famous face that popped up in other big, beloved TV sitcoms like playing Doris Sherman on ABC's Coach; and mother-in-law Lois Whelan in Everybody Loves Raymond; and Andy Bellefleur's mother Caroline in HBO's True Blood. The younger generations also got to know Helmond a different way: as the voice of Lizzie, in Disney/Pixar's Cars Trilogy.
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Katherine Helmond, 'Who's the Boss?' Actress and Voice of Lizzie in 'Cars' Dead at 89
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