Debbie Reynolds Death Facts: Age, Cause of Death, Birthday, Date of Death Tragedy!

Debbie Reynolds died at age 84, impressive. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding Movie Actress Debbie Reynolds' death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Actress and singer best known for starring as Kathy Selden in the 1952 classic Singin’ in the Rain. Her other major films include It Started with a Kiss, The Mating Game, and Kiki’s Delivery Service. She also starred as Aggie Cromwell in Disney’s Halloweentown TV movie. 

She married Eddie Fisher in 1955, and the couple had two children together: Carrie Fisher of the original Star Wars trilogy and fellow actor Todd Fisher. 

How did Debbie Reynolds die?

Debbie Reynolds' death was caused by Stroke.

Information about the death of Debbie Reynolds
Cause of deathStroke
Age of death84 years
ProfessionMovie Actress
BirthdayApril 1, 1932
Death dateDecember 28, 2016
Place of deathCedars-Sinai Medical Records Office, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place of burialForest Lawn, Los Angeles, California, United States

Quotes

Bette Davis was a close friend. She loved to have a good time.

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You just never give up. You do a task to the best of your abilities and beyond.

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Old age is a wonderful time of life. At least, that’s what everyone tells you. But let me tell you: it is not true. What’s true is that your hips, knees and ankles gradually give up on you – everything is quite dreadful, really. And it was a terrible thing to have told us because we believed it.

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So many things that happen to you are so dreadful, it’s important to have a sense of humour.

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I was just like Jennifer Aniston with Brad Pitt when he fell in love with Angelina Jolie.

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