Dawn Wells played “The Good Girl” Mary Ann in the popular 1960s sitcom “Gilligan’s Island”, on Wednesday due to reasons related to COVID-19 in Los Angeles And died. She was 82 years old.
Mary Ann Ann wore her ubiquitous gingham dress on display at the Hollywood Museum, Ginger (Ginger) for Tina Louise’s inspiring evening gown. ) Played a dull foil.Both women are affected
Wells is a native of Reno and he has also starred in “77 Sunset Boulevard”, “Maverick”, “Bonanza”, “Joy Bishop Performance” and “Hawaii Eye”.
Publicist Harlan Boll announced his death.
Wells represented Nevada in the 1959 Miss America pageant and starred in several TV series, then staged on “Gilligan̵
After the series ended in 1967, she returned to participate in several TV movies and other spin-offs. She worked with Adam West as the producer of the TV movies “Survival on Gilligan Island” and “Return to the Batcave”.
She continues to appear in “The Pain of Growing Up”, “Bold and Beautiful” and “The Ranger”.
She voiced Gumbalina Toothington in the “Captain Underpants Epic” series.
In the movie, Wells appeared in “Winter Hawk”, “The Town Fearing Sunset”, “Super Sucker”, “New Intern”, “This Is Our Time” and “Silent and Deadly”.
Wells has a long career on stage, having participated in the national tour of “Chapter Two” and “They Are Playing Our Songs”, as well as “fatal attraction” with Ken Howard, and Marcia Wallace’s “Strange Couples”, “Steel” Mulan” and “Vagina Monologue”.
Although she has appeared in many TV shows, movies and dramas, her role as Mary Ann is her most enduring experience, leading to performances such as the “Cast Harmony Correspondent” of Australia Channel 9 and the spokeswoman of the MeTV network. She wrote the book “Life Guide: What Mary Ann Would Do”. Commemorate the 50th anniversary of “Gilligan Island”.
Wells’ stepfather, Weslee Wells (Weslee Wells) survived. Donations can be made to the Elephant Sanctuary, the Terry Lee Wells Discovery Museum in Nevada, or the Shambhala Sanctuary.
Her charitable work includes serving as chairman of the Terry Lee Wells Foundation, focusing on women and children in northern Nevada. She won the elephant sanctuary trumpet award for working in the elephant sanctuary. She has also run a film actor training camp in Idaho for 7 years.