Actress Tina Louise (Tina Louise), always associated with her companion Gilligan Island Actor Dawn Wells remembers today that she is “a very good person”.
Today, Wells died of complications from Covid-19 at the age of 82.
Louise right Gilligan Island Over the years, refused to appear in any program that revives or restarts or even discusses the show, which ended in 1967, but still continues to exist in joint distribution.
Louise spoke on Twitter and later in the New York Post. She said she wanted everyone to remember Wells’ sunny character.
“Dawn is a great person. I want people to remember her because she always smiles at her,” Louise told the New York Post. “Nothing is more important than family. She is family. She will be remembered forever.”
Louise heard the news of Wells’ death while talking on the phone with a friend. “No one wants news of this terrible disease, especially that kind of news.”
Now, she is the last surviving member of the cast. She performed a “three-hour tour” in her first performance in 1964-1967 and became a landmark in the television industry.
Louise said: “We participated in a great performance that everyone liked and became an important source of comfort for people, especially during this period.”
In response to the old “Ginger or Mary Ann” debate, Louise rejected the choice. “Everyone has a role. Everyone can identify different people,” she said. “We have always been a family. She has many fans.”
I will always remember Dawn’s kindness to me. Together we have created a cultural landmark that continues to bring comfort and smiles to people during this difficult time. I hope people will remember her like I do-always with a smile. ❤️pic.twitter.com/teFLyVv07C
-Tina Louise (@TheTinaLouise) December 31, 2020