Doris Day

Apr 3, 1922 – May 13, 2019 (Age 97)


Actress and singer Doris Day became a symbol of innocence and wholesomeness as she starred in popular movies of the 1950s and '60s. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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I know she passed in April and here it is almost September and I'm just getting around to paying my respects. Most of her performances, I know personally as my own father had played in local productions of just about all of them. (Pajama Game being the most memorable.) I would never miss a DD movie when it came on TV...whether it was an oldie on a Sunday matinee or a "Saturday Night at the Movies" - I was right there. I saw "Ballad of Josie" at the drive-in with my...

one of my all time favorite actresses. I loved her hotel that welcomed dogs as well as people. The world is a better place for her having been here.

Loved her dearly all through her life, Read all I read about her career and have her pictures and records that I proudly play for my children, even today. Thank God for the records and films so we may enjoy such a good person that she could not spoil throughout her career. Thank God she was born!!

Truly an iconic woman. A loss that will be felt by many loved ones and fans. 1 Corinthians 1:3,4

She was one of the best ever

One month after her passing, loving messages for Doris' continue to be posted. She was a beloved entertainer who will forever be remembered. Her loss has been felt worldwide. Jane M.

Doris Day has always been my favorite actress, I believe I have seen every one of her movies. She is very much loved in my household and she will be sorely missed.

I've been a fan since I was a child. I'm 61 and still watching her musicals! I will always be a fan!