Ferrell died Tuesday in Sherman Oaks, a Warner Bros. spokesman said. Television.

Chuck Lorre, creator and executive producer of “Two and a Half Men,” said, “I called him Chatty. And we all loved her. Twelve years of ups and downs and many, many laughs. Going through all this, it was a rock. He was one of the best. I had the privilege of calling him a friend. “

Ferrell was hospitalized in May and spent more than a month in intensive care, where she suffered a cardiac arrest. She was then moved to another treatment center, where she was on dialysis and breathing with the help of devices.

Conchata Ferrell played the role of Berta in all 12 seasons of the series. He received two Primetime Emmy nominations in 2005 and 2007 for his supporting role. She appeared in 212 episodes from 2003 to 2015.

Charlie Sheen, the star of “Two and a Half Men”, fired from the series in 2011, paid tribute to her on Twitter, calling her “a true friend”.

Born in Charleston, Ferrell graduated from Marshall University, where she first acted in a play.

His off-Broadway debut came in 1973 as a member of Circle in the Square. Several roles followed on stage and on television.

He starred in the feature film “Heartland” (1979), then in “Edward Scissorhands”, “Network”, “Crime and Punishment in Suburbia” and “True Romance”.

In 1992, she received her first Emmy nomination for her role as lawyer Susan Bloom in the series “LA Law”.

The most recent appeared in 2017, in “The Ranch” (Netflix). Other series in which he starred include “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Teen Angel”, “Matlock” and “BJ and the Bear”.

She was married to sound engineer Arnold Anderson, had a daughter and two stepdaughters.