Famed United States (US) actress Abby Dalton, best known her role as Julia Cumson in Falcon Crest, passed away after long illness at the age of 88.
According to the details, Abby Dalton’s representative confirmed that she died on November 23 after a long illness.
The Emmy-nominated star got her start acting in “Rock All Night,” a 1957 film about a group of hostages taken captive by two criminals at a club.
She starred as Julie, a singer trapped at the club who was one of the main characters.
Dalton went on to work with Roger Corman on a handful of other projects including Teenage Doll and Stakeout on Dope Street.
The popular actress was born in August 1932 in Las Vegas and her career revived in the 80s when she starred in Falcon Crest from 1981.
She has three children by her marriage to Jack Smith, including Kathleen Kinmont, who closely resembles her mother.
Moreover, Abby Dalton is survived by her husband Jack D. Smith and her children Matthew, Kathleen and John, as well as her grandchildren and great grandson.