A final goodbye to Edna Krabappel on The Simpsons.
The death of a character in a show can be difficult to stomach. We’d love to give some examples, but the wrath of an Internet scorned through spoilers is something nobody should have to face. In the case of an animated show like The Simpsons, death becomes an even tougher pill to swallow as it almost invariably stems from the death of a real person, not simply a character on a show.
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When the late Marcia Wallace said goodbye following a battle against cancer last October, Edna Krabappel would soon follow. Of course, any tribute within The Simpsons for Edna Krabappel is both a touching tribute to the character Wallace brought life (and consummate pessimism) to, but also a dedication to the person Wallace was.
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The actress, who voiced Bart Simpson's fourth grade teacher Edna Krabappel, died of complications from pneumonia in October (13).
The character was immediately retired from the show out of respect, but Mrs Krabappel made a return to The Simpsons at the weekend in a dream sequence.
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The Tv veteran, who famously voiced teacher Edna Krabappel on the longrunning cartoon series, died on 25 October (13) and officials have now listed the lung infection as one of the main causes of her passing, in addition to sepsis inflammation due to infection.
Lung disease chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (Copd) was also named as a primary factor, while cancer was a "significant condition" contributing to her loss, according to the details on her death certificate.
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'The Simpsons' have paid tribute to the late Marcia Wallace who provided the voice over for Edna Krabappel.
'The Simpsons' have paid tribute to Marcia Wallace.
The animated TV series had a touching blackboard message for the late actress - who died last month - who provided the voice for fourth-grade teacher Edna Krabappel or 'Mrs K.'
In the opening credits for the show lead male Bart Simpson is usually pictured writing lines on the blackboard as punishment from Mrs K.
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Bart wrote a touching tribute to his old teacher Edna.
Usually tasked with repeating his sins on the blackboard after school, Bart had something altogether more pertinent to write in its latest episode. The little yellow scamp penned, “We’ll miss you Mrs. K” in tribute to the late Marcia Wallace, who voiced the character of Mrs. Krabappel.
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Following her death the show's executive producer Al Jean described Wallace as "brilliant and gracious"and that she was "beloved by all at "The Simpsons" and we intend to retire her irreplaceable character.
Wallace, who voiced schoolteacher Edna Krabappel in the longrunning cartoon, died last month (Oct13) at the age of 70, and producers of the show honoured her with a touching moment in a new episode, which aired in the U.S. on Sunday night.
In the famous segment on the show's opening credits in which Bart Simpson scrawls cheeky lines on his classroom chalkboard, viewers saw him write "We'll really miss you Mrs. K" at the start of the episode, titled Four Regrettings and a Funeral.
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The Tv veteran's adopted son, Michael Hawley, reveals the 70 year old - who famously voiced teacher Edna Krabappel on the longrunning cartoon - had been struck by a slew of health problems this year (13) after learning the breast cancer she had successfully battled in 1985 had returned.
She underwent surgery in March (13) and had been in recovery this summer (13), when she tripped over her cat at home and broke her back, leaving her in serious pain and bedridden for weeks.
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The actress, who voiced Bart Simpson's teacher Mrs. Krabappel on the hit show, had been battling poor health for many months, but producers were hoping Wallace would be back and writers were working on a major storyline for her character.
Cartwright, who voices Bart on the cartoon series, has remembered her late co-star "a ray of light".
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Actress Marcia Wallace has died, aged 70.
The Tv veteran, who voiced Edna Krabappel on The Simpsons, died on Friday night (25Oct13), according to reports.
As well as her animated role on The Simpsons, Wallace was a regular game show panellist on programmes such as Hollywood Squares and the Match Game, and she also starred on The Bob Newhart Show and appeared on Alf and Murphy Brown.
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The voice actress for Edna Krabappel and star of 'The Bob Newhart' show has passed away
Marcia Wallace, known best for her portrayal as Edna Krabappel - Bart Simpson's ever-tormented 4th grade teacher - has died. According to a TMZ report, Wallace died following a long battle with an unspecified illness at her home in Los Angeles, surrounded by her family.
The news of Wallace's death was reportedly obtained by TMZ through her caregiver, who was unwilling to give away any details as to how the Emmy-winner passed away. The caregiver did reveal that Marcia had been suffering with an illness for several months now and also said that she died in relative comfort in the company of her loved ones. Our thoughts are with them in this difficult period.
It is believed that her passing was caused due to complications arising form a long-fought battle with breast cancer, according to Deadline. Marcia was a staunch campaigner for breast cancer, having been diagnosed with the disease in 1985.
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