Barbara Harris

Jul 25, 1935 – Aug 21, 2018 (Age 83)


Actress Barbara Harris (1935 – 2018) was a comedy legend who also starred in dramatic roles and could belt out a song on stage. She had memorable parts in the movies "Nashville," "Family Plot," and "Freaky Friday. She also starred in many Broadway productions, winning a Tony award for best actress in 1967. She died from lung cancer at the age of 83. For full coverage and obituary from, click here.

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May she RIP ! What a gift life is here on Earth, she was such a talent for America ! Her family , find peace that she is with Jesus Christ in Heaven !
Cherish the memories you have of her everyday , until you are all reunited one day again in Heaven together !

God Bless You,
Dee,Tim , Zachary Martin and Jennifer Frenkil

Als ich sie 1976 mit 15 Jahren das erste Mal in Family Plot sah, war mein Leben für immer verändert. Ich bin erwacht,
und hatte das erste Mal Kontakt mit mir selbst, denn ich konnte meiner Seelenverwandten begegnen.
In meinem Herzen ist sie unsterblich.

Barbara Harris will always hold a fond place in my memory. The first Broadway show I attended was On a Clear Day You Can See Forever as a teenager from Toronto in 1966. She was brilliant, of course. What an amazing talent. She was unique and definitely played by her own rules. Rest in peace, Daisy Gamble.

Barbara was on strong woman, talented with a strong personality as an actress. My most sincere condolences to Barbaras family and friends for their loss. Although words can not ease the pain, our Heavenly Father understand what you are going through and He becomes your Stronghold to endure, as you all cherish the great moments enjoyed with Barbara.

Rest In Peace Ms. Harris. May you forever soar high on angel wings in Heaven.

my condolenses. she looked nice

My sincerest sympathy for the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in memories that are yours to cherish and strength in the companionship of those who share your loss (Psalms 9:9).

My deepest condolences for the Harris family and friends. I loved Ms. Harris in the movie 1976 "Freaky Friday" She will be deeply miss by many. May the God of all comfort sustain you at this time of such great loss. 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17