Frances Sternhagen, Two-Time Tony Winner and ‘Sex and the City’ Actress, Dies at 93

Frances Sternhagen, the Tony award-winning actress celebrated for her portrayals of formidable women on both stage and screen

Sternhagen died peacefully Monday of natural causes at her home in New Rochelle, New York, her family said in a statement

Widely recognized for her roles in productions such as “Driving Miss Daisy,” “Cheers,” “Misery,” and “Sex and the City-

Sternhagen’s son, John Carlin, confirmed her peaceful passing on Instagram.

In his heartfelt post, he shared, “Frannie, Mom, Frances Sternhagen. On Monday night, Nov 27-

she died peacefully at her home, a month and a half shy of her 94th birthday… Fly on, Frannie.

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