The cause of death of actress Carol Sutton has been released, and the actor’s cause of COVID-19 was confirmed as complications from COVID-19.
The late actress, who starred in Steel Magnolias and Ray, was 76 years old when she died of COVID-19 on December 10 in New Orleans.
She was known for her acting work on TV and in films, including The Help and Ray. She was also active in theatre and the dashiki project.
The actress Carol Sutton was born on December 3, 1944 in New Orleans.
She began her career in the local community theater before moving on to television.
Her most well-known role was Nurse Pam in the 1974 film Steel Magnolias, which won her a Tony Award.
After this, Sutton continued to work in the area, directing movies like The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman and The Miracle Worker.
Later, Sutton served as the executive director of Total Community Action, a nonprofit that works with struggling families and children with special needs.
The actress’ cause of death was COVID-19, a complication of the virus. She was 76 years old when she died from the disease.
The actor had a long and illustrious career.
She was well-known for her roles in “Steel Magnolias” and “Queen Sugar,” as well as in numerous other films.
Her exemplary work in theater and film has earned her the honor of being named one of the “100 Greatest Actresses of All Time.”