American actress Debbie Reynolds died of a stroke at the home of her son in Beverly hills, California, at the age of 84 years to the day after the death of her daughter — actress Carrie Fisher.
Reynolds was hospitalized in the afternoon on Wednesday, after paramedics were called to the home of her son.
Her son Todd Fisher confirmed the death of Reynolds in multiple media. “She wanted to be with Carrie,” said Todd Fisher.
Reynolds played a major role in the classic 1952 film “singin’ in the rain” (Singin’ in the Rain), where her partner was gene Kelly. She was nominated for an Oscar for her role in the musical “the Unsinkable Molly brown” (the Unsinkable Molly Brown).