Rosemary DeCamp, the venerable actress whose work ranged from radio to motion pictures to television including leading roles in "The Life of Riley" and "The Bob Cummings Show," has died. She was 90.
DeCamp, who also was a respected copper enamel artist, died Tuesday in her Torrance, Calif., home of complications of pneumonia, said her daughter, Martha Weber.
The attractive but always matronly actress innately looked like the warm, capable mother in the kitchen baking cookies for her children after school. She became that in real life on both large and small screens throughout her career.
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