Dallas, “The Dukes of Hazzard,” and “Designing Women” actress Bobbie Faye Ferguson passed away recently. She was 78 years old at the time.
A representative for Jay R. Ferguson, the star of “The Conners,” confirmed to Fox News Digital on Tuesday that his mother, Jean Ferguson, had passed away.
The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Sherman Oaks, California-based Ferguson died of natural causes on June 25.
Born in Memphis, Tennessee on October 10, 1943, Ferguson was raised in Eudora, Arkansas. According to the news source.
she earned her degree in speech and debate from the University of Arkansas, Monticello, and now teaches at Dallas Skyline High School.
She was also a member of the KD Studio’s founding team and an acting instructor.
Eventually, Ferguson made the decision to relocate to Los Angeles, where she began working as a model and an actress.
Among her many acting credits are “The Dukes of Hazzard,” “The Dallas Show,” “Designing Women,” “Evening Shade,” and most recently, “Remington Steele,” among others.
Still, Ferguson never lost sight of her roots as a schoolteacher. She was also a teacher at the Los Angeles Actor’s Lab.
A NASA multimedia program in Washington, D.C. in the mid-’90s involved Ferguson, according to the source. For the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in Los Angeles, Ferguson held the same position.
In the 2000 film “Space Cowboys,” starring Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland, and James Garner, she worked as a NASA consultant.
In 2005, she worked as a consultant on the film “Wild Blue Yonder,” in which she played an important role.
Her final known role was in the 1992–1994 television series “Hearts Afire,” in which she had a supporting role.
Three grandsons, two brothers, a sister-in-law and numerous nieces and nephews are all that Ferguson’s family has left behind after her death at the age of 89 on Monday. On August 20, Los Angeles will host a celebration of life. if you read more posts or news so you can visit TheActiveNews.Com.