She was 70 years old.
“For those of you who weren’t aware of this, Mary Pat battled the greatest heroic battle with cancer after being in remission for a long time. She continued to work on shows like” Black List “and” Mom “even through pain. was her in Providence Saint Joseph, just before this pandemic attack, and while I refrained from tears during our visit, she constantly cracked jokes and cared more about the well-being of everyone else, ”Justice wrote. “She was a special lady and we are proud to call her our friend and she had the honor of being her managers.”
Gleason recently had a recurring role in CBS ‘comedy “Mom.” During her long career, she starred in episodes of TV series including “Friends,” “Will & Grace,” and “American Housewife.” Gleason won the 1986 Daytime Emmy Award as part of the “Leading Light” soap opera writing team.
Some of her film credits include “Basic Instinct”, “Crucible” and “Unbearable Cruelty”.
“Mom” star Allison Janney paid tribute to Gleason in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
“Yesterday we said goodbye to Mary Pat Gleason. She was part of our @mom_cbs family and we loved her so much. She was one of our favorite guest stars,” Janney wrote. “She will miss a kind heart and a warm smile. RIP dear Mary Pat.”