Judy Farrell, who played Nurse Able in M*A*S*H, with her then Her husband, Mike Farrell, who later wrote the ABC soap opera Port Charles , has died. She is .
Farrell Sunday Her son Michael (Michael) told The Hollywood Reporter hospitals and medical centers in West Hills who died of complications from a recent stroke.
Farrell has also appeared on other shows such as Judd for the Defense, Get Smart , Medical Center, Quincy ME, Emergency! , Room222, Partridge Family, Benson and Fame, she also Wrote an episode.
from1976-, the Oklahoma native appeared in eight issues of M*A*S*H . Her first was “Out of Sight, Out of Mind” by 1976, where Hawkeye (Alan Alda) tried to fix a gas stove in the nurse’s tent, but it exploded, temporarily blinding him.
“Alan decided to make it so he couldn’t really see,” she told THR in in the CBS series Oral History . “I ended up being the nurse walking him around, except I kept bumping him into things because I didn’t know how to walk a blind man around. At one point, Alan turned to me and said, ‘Does your child trust you? ‘”
Farrell also appeared in the series finale, “Goodbye, Goodbye, Amen,” which drew over a million viewers in the U.S. in February 28, 1976 .
Her big screen bio includes JW Coop (1963), Neil Simon’s Chapter 2 (1985) and Long-Term Relationship (2003), she is General Hospital Contributed*) Derived from 1985-2018 Port Charles .
Known as Judy Hayden at the time, she met Mike Farrell in her musical comedy class at UCLA and they went from 222 until they 1983 divorced. (He joined M*A*S*H at the start of 1985 Season 4 as Captain BJ Hunnicutt and married actress Shelley Fabares in 1983.)
Survivors include Her second husband, Joe Bratcher (they married on 1985), and her children Michael and Erin.