SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM BETTY’S FAMILY

On Wednesday 25th November, Betty suffered a massive stroke at her home in Melbourne, Australia. She spent five nights in hospital only to be overcome on November 30th at 10:20am, Australian Eastern standard time, when she sadly passed away.

I want to assure you that Mum was not in any pain or discomfort and, according to the medical staff and my personal experience of being there with her, she had no idea of her situation.

Mum always said she wanted to go in her sleep, so her wish was granted. We are ALL so so sad… but let us all CELEBRATE her life and the joy and hope and inspiration she brought to so many.

Thank you al for being her fans. She loved you too.

With respect

Chris & family

From the Outside: The amazing story of Betty Bobbitt AKA Judy Bryant

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Betty Bobbitt has been an actor, writer and director for over 50 years. In 1979 she was offered a thirteen-week role in the popular television series, Prisoner, and stayed for five years.

‘From the Outside’ is her story of the trials and delights of working on this long-running series.

And what a story it is…

ABOUT BETTY

Betty was born in Manhattan in 1939, but she only lived there for a year before moving to Philadelphia (c. 1941).
At age 18, she went to Los Angeles to act. She emigrated to Australia in 1962 for a “six-month stay” on Australian live TV show Daley at Night.
In 2000 she was still there and became an Australian citizen.
Betty ranked 2nd out of 25 for Prisoner: Cell Block H (1979) appearances, Betty appeared in 430 episodes.