John Quilty, her friend and performer, told the New York Times that Engel died Friday in Princeton, New Jersey. The lawsuit was undetermined, Quilty told the Times, because Engel, a Christian scientist, did not consult the doctors.
Engel has had a ten-year career as a television and theater actress. She was known for her role in the sitcom of the years "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", for which she was nominated for two Emmys. He also received three Emmy nominations for his role in the role of Pat McDougall in "Everybody Loves Raymond".
Engel was the daughter of an admiral of the American Coast Guard, and growing up she moved many times to the United States. After graduating, she packed for New York, where she got her first stage role in an Off-Broadway musical, and later as Minnie Fay in the Broadway production of "Hello, Dolly!" second Turner Classic Movies.
She received a guest role on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", but soon captured the hearts of both the public and her colleagues and continued to appear on the show as the girlfriend – and later wife – of television journalist Ted Baxter, played by Ted Knight.
When that show ended in 1977, he appeared on some short-lived sitcoms and made appearances in such films as "Dr. Dolittle 2" and "The Sweetest Thing" before coming to the role in "Everybody Loves Raymond".
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