'M*A*S*H' star Loretta Swit reunites with co-star Jamie Farr 35 years later

May 07, 2018
09:27 P.M.
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The duo brought back their chemistry at a recent star-studded event. 


M*A*S*H was one of the most successful television shows of the 1970s. 

The series narrated the story of a group of medical staff at a military hospital, and two of the main characters on the show Hot Lips Houlihan and Max Klinger gathered huge followership.

As shared by Starts At 60, actress Loretta Swit, who played Hot Lips Houlihan, was recently spotted with her then co-star Jamie Farr, who played Klinger.

Last month, the duo was seen posing together for the cameras at the 45th Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony in Pasadena.

Swit and Farr remained co-actors with recurring roles on the show for 11 glorious years, and they were seen in each other’s company after over three decades.


Swit’s onscreen character of a charming and outspoken nurse went on to become one of the most prominent roles she played in her career.

Still recognized for her acting prowess, the paparazzi could not help but take notice of her ageless charisma and beauty at the event. 

Swit dazzled in a full-length deep green figure-flattering satin gown to the award function. 


She completed her elegant look with a pair of shimmering danglers, a studded bracelet around the right wrist and a necklace with a large square-shaped pendant. 

The celebrity kept her make up minimal apart from bright pink lipstick and sported a tapering bob cut. 

Farr dressed up for the occasion, too, wearing a svelte black suit and a white undershirt. The former co-stars smiled happily as they stood together while cameras captured a reunion moment.

As reported by Time, Swit has been nominated multiple times for the Daytime Emmys and has also bagged an award twice in the past for her role on M*A*S*H.

After the series, she worked on numerous projects including She Wrote and The Love Boat and Murder. Farr also made appearances in both the projects, much to the delight of the fans of Houlihan and Klinger.