Betty Bobbitt has been dead after a suffering “major stroke” that hospitalized her five days before her death. Betty Bobbitt’s death has been shocking news to her family and friend Betty was best known for her portrayal as Judy Bryant in Prisoner: Cell Block H. The actress was born in New York. In the early 1960s, the actress went to Australia to work on the Melbourne based variety show Daly At Night. She married an Australian actor Robin hill. The couple together had a son Christopher.
She was best known for its portrayal of Judy Bryant, a lesbian character. It was a daily show on the popular Australian TV program. In February 1980, she first appeared in the series. They only planned her character for a short-term appearance of 13 episodes, but she became incredibly successful, and in the series, they kept her. Until May 1985, Bobbitt continued in the role, making her the second-longest-serving actor in the show, at 429 episodes,
She was also an accomplished author. In 2011 she published a book titled “From the Outside (ISBN 9780646561332)”.This book talks about her journey as Judy Bryant.In 2019, to mark the 40th Anniversary of Prisoner, Bobbitt starred in a guest role in the TV series Neighbours.
The actress’s other major works include a cameo role in the franchise of Crocodile Dundee. She played the role of an American lady.
Her son has written a post on Facebook talking about his mother’s demise. He has said that “Sadly, mum passed away this morning at 10:20 am after five nights in hospital.”She was peaceful and in no pain. Thank you for your support and apologies if I can’t respond to everyone, but I will try. I will post more later.”
Betty Bobbitt’s death has triggered a wide range of emotions among her fans. One of her fans wrote, “Today we lost Betty Bobbitt, and as a Prisoner fan, this is devastating. I’ve been watching her as Judy for 31 years!”.