Betty Bobbitt has died aged 81 (Image: Rex)
Actress Betty Bobbitt has died on the age of 81, it has been confirmed.
The Hollywood star, greatest identified for her function in Crocodile Dundee, spent 4 days in hospital following a ‘main stroke’ however died on Monday.
Sharing the unhappy information, Bobbitt’s son Christopher Hill stated in an announcement: ‘Sadly, mum handed away this morning at 10:20am after 5 nights in hospital.
‘She was peaceable and in no ache. Thanks in your help and apologies if I can’t reply to everybody however I’ll strive. I’ll submit extra later.’
Christopher had saved buddies and followers up to date on Bobbitt’s well being by way of Fb within the days after her stroke.
He wrote final Wednesday: ‘We’re massively devastated and struggling to come back to phrases with such a sudden occasion.
‘My mum has been a legend, an inspiration, a mentor and icon for thus many. She is comfy and never in any ache that we will inform, however the prognosis isn’t good. She isn’t anticipated to recuperate.’
Bobbitt (proper) starred in Prisoner: Cell Block H for 5 years (Image: REX)
Bobbitt appeared in three Crocodile Dundee motion pictures alongside Paul Hogan and can be identified for her function as Judy Bryant in Prisoner: Cell Block H from 1980 to 1985.
The latter was a task solely meant for 13 weeks initially however Bobbitt impressed a lot that she went on to land a daily function and starred in 430 episodes.
Different TV credit embody A Nation Apply, All Saints and Blue Heelers.
Bobbitt was born in Manhattan, New York and moved to Los Angeles to pursue her desires of changing into an actress on the age of 18.
Nonetheless, her profession moved her to Australia the place she was meant to remain for six months however ended up calling it house for the remainder of her life.
Bobbitt is survived by her husband, Robin Hill, and their son Christopher.