Actress Kendall Carly Browne Dies at 99
She worked for Zeppo Marx and appeared on 'The Jack Benny Program' and in 'Pineapple Express.'
Actress Kendall Carly Browne died Friday of natural causes at her home in Indio, California. She was 99.
Browne appeared in such films as Dreamscape (1984) and Pineapple Express (2008) and on television on The Jack Benny Program; Beverly Hills, 90210; ER; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; and My Name Is Earl. She also toured the country with Forrest Tucker in theatrical productions of Plaza Suite.
Browne began her career as a receptionist at the Zeppo Marx Talent Agency, worked at CBS Television City when it first opened in 1952 and hosted the Four Star Theater program on KECA-TV (now KABC-TV).
Survivors include her sons, Vega$ actor Bart Braverman and TV director-producer Chuck Braverman. Her husband, TV producer Herb Braverman, died in 1958.