Dallas and The Jeffersons actress Roseanna Christiansen has passed away, according to her grieving husband.


Sadly, Roseanna Christiansen, a star of Dallas and The Jeffersons, passed away at the age of 71.

The cause of Roseanna’s death is not yet known.

The actress died on July 14 at Antelope Valley Medical Center in Lancaster, California, it has been revealed.

For her part in the well-liked soap opera Dallas, she was best known and adored.

Fans loved Roseanna’s performance as Teresa, a Southfork ranch maid.

Teresa appeared in 112 episodes of Dallas over the course of its final nine seasons and was a regular cast member.

After her husband, Steven Rizzo, talked to The Hollywood Reporter, word of Roseanna’s passing spread.

Dallas star Roseanna Christiansen dies at 71

Speaking to the media, Steven revealed that many of his wife’s pupils referred to their private lessons as their “therapy sessions” – underscoring the tenderness and love she radiated both personally and at her acting school Action! Acting.

Although she lived a short life in terms of years, she had enough time to spread beauty, love, and encouragement to everyone she encountered.

In addition to her work on Dallas, Roseanna was a success on The Jeffersons.

Similar to her time in Dallas, the actress played Carmen, another maid.


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One fаn of the аctress wrote: “Sending my condolences to her husbаnd аnd children on the loss of а mum аnd а wife mаy Roseаnnа Christiаnsen. Rest In Peаce Forever.

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Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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