Ellen DeGeneres and Reese Witherspoon used social media to pay tribute to the late comedy icon Cloris Leachman, who died of pure causes on Tuesday ( January 26) on the age of 94.
They, together with Mark Hamill and Viola Davis, led star paying tribute to the Academy Award-winning actress because the Hollywood is presently in mourning over the sudden demise.
Witherspoon, 44, shared her homage on Twitter as she wrote: ‘Really authentic and bigger than life in each distinctive efficiency. An extremely proficient actress who can be deeply missed.’
Ellen DeGeneres, who had the chance to work alongside Leachman on her short-lived sitcom in 2001, gushed about how ‘fortunate’ she felt to have been within the comedy icon’s presence.
The 63-year-old talks sow host started as saying: ‘Cloris Leachman performed my mom on my second sitcom The Ellen Present. I at all times thought of myself fortunate for having the possibility to work along with her. She can be missed.’
Mark Hamill additionally shared his phrases as her wrote: ‘A one-of-a-kind actor, she might do every part.’ The 69-year-old additionally uploaded a surprising throwback snapshot of Leachman to Instagram.
Viola Davis additionally shared the reminiscence and stated she ‘LOVED’ Cloris’ work, particularly her efficiency within the Seventies spin-off sitcom Phyllis, which aired on CBS for 2 seasons.