Famous actress Liz Fraser recently passed away at the age of 88, leaving behind a career that would make any professional in the business very proud.
Fraser drew her last breath on Thursday, September 6, 2018, at the Brompton Hospital, in London, but the cause of death is yet to be revealed.
According to The Sun, the late actress was most famous for her roles in four Carry On films, where she appeared as four different characters each time.
The south Londoner appeared in "Carry On Regardless," "Carry On Cruising," "Carry On Cabby" and "Carry On Behind," always as a big breasted blonde. Follow us on our Twitter account @amomama_usa to learn more.
MEN LOVED HER
Fraser was eventually fired by Peter Rogers, the producer, after she was heard saying that the series could be better marketed. Still, she returned for one last movie, Carry On Behind, reportedly earning half of what she used to.
The actress defined herself as the 'bighearted comedy cockney blonde,' which attracted quite a lot of attention, especially from men, including the one and only Sean Connery.
Aside from the Carry On franchise, Fraser also starred in "I'm All Right Jack," "Hide and Seek," "Sixpenny Corner" and "Confessions of a Driving Instructor."
But Fraser wasn't the only star to have passed away on Thursday; the world lost yet another legend that was known as Burt Reynolds, one of the most respected figures in Hollywood.
ANOTHER LEGEND GONE
Reynold's died after suffering a cardiac arrest at the Jupiter Medical Center, in California. He was 82 years old and left behind a legacy that only a few can ever come close to.
His ex-girlfriend, Sally Field, was one of the first people to honor Reynolds' memory, talking about the time that they spent together and how he would always have a place in her heart.