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November 2, 23

NEWS / Suzanne Somer's death certificate reveals actressís cause of death

The death certificate of Suzanne Somers, best known for portraying Chrissy on the sitcom Threeís Company has revealed her cause of death as breast cancer that had metastasized to her brain. Somers, who was also a well-known health and wellness author and entrepreneur, passed away on October 15, 2023, at her home in Palm Springs, California, a day before her 77th birthday.

Somers also had a number of underlying conditions that contributed to her death, such as hypertension and hydrocephalus, according to the death certificate, which was obtained by The Blast. The certificate also indicated that Somers battled hydrocephalus, a condition in which fluid builds up in ventricles within the brain, for over a year. To treat her hydrocephalus, the actress got an intracerebral ventricular shunt in July 2022.

The actress had previously been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000, but she underwent a lumpectomy to remove the cancer and underwent radiation therapy. In 2018, she reportedly underwent an experimental stem-cell therapy to regrow the breast that had previously been removed, but the cancer later returned over the summer of 2023.

Per reports cited by The Blast, Somers refused to undergo chemotherapy, preferring instead to rely on holistic and alternative methods of treatment.

A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Somers began acting in small roles in the 1960s and 1970s, including an appearance in George Lucasís American Graffiti, until being cast as the Chrissy Snow, a character based on blonde girl stereotypes, in the ABC sitcom Threeís Company. The role led to widespread recognition and success for Somers, who went on to appear on the cover of Playboy and work as an entertainer in Las Vegas throughout the 1980s.

From 1987 to 1989, Somers played the role of a sheriff on the Lorimar sitcom Sheís the Sheriff and had a resurgence of fame in the early to mid 1990s playing widowed hair salon owner Carol Foster-Lambert in ABC sitcom Step by Step. She also appeared on informercials selling exercise equipment such as Thighmaster and hosted a number of TV shows, including Candid Camera. She also wrote a number of books on fitness, wellness, and alternative medicine.

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