Sandra Purdy Wiki – Sandra Purdy Bio
Sandra Purdy is best known for being the wife of Ken Osmond, an American actor, and police officer famous for playing the clever Eddie Haskell in the classic 1950s family television series “Leave It To Beaver.” The actor is reported to have died on May 18, 2020, at the age of 76.
Sandra Purdy Husband Ken Osmond & Children
In 1969, Osmond married Sandra Purdy. They have two sons, Eric E. Osmond and Christian S. Osmond.
Sandra Purdy Husband Ken Osmond Death & Cause
The actor died on Monday, May 18, 2020, at his home in Los Angeles, surrounded by loved ones and family. He is survived by his wife, Sandra, and two children, Christian and Eric.
Ken started his acting career when he was only 9 years old, but he had his big break in 1957 when he was cast as Eddie Haskell in “Beaver” alongside Jerry Mathers, who played the main character. Following his retirement from the police force, Osmond managed rental properties in Los Angeles County and made occasional personal appearances at film festivals, collector shows, and nostalgia conventions.
Some terribly sad news: actor Ken Osmond, who played Eddie Haskell on Leave It to Beaver, has passed away at the age of 76. His hysterical, obsequious repartee with Mrs. Cleaver (Barbara Billingsley) was unforgettable, even iconic. pic.twitter.com/qMqJnfWbT5
— Channing Thomson (@CHANNINGPOSTERS) May 18, 2020
On September 18, 2007, Osmond filed a class-action lawsuit against the Screen Actors Guild, alleging that SAG had collected $ 8 million in foreign waste for American actors but had not distributed it to the actors. In August 2011, Osmond began to appear as a famous spokesperson for San Jose aspirin. Osmond is co-author, along with Christopher J. Lynch, of the book Eddie: The Life and Times of America’s Preeminent Bad Boy, which was published in September 2014. The foreword was written by Jerry Mathers.
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