'FOX & Friends' honors the life and legacy of frequent guest Suzanne Somers


Iconic actress Suzanne Somers has passed away at the age of 76 after a long battle with breast cancer. The actress, known for her role in "Three's Company," made several appearances on the Fox News show "FOX & Friends" over the years. In a 2020 interview, Somers discussed her age and credited her vitality to her lifestyle choices and her appearances on the show to promote her books.

She leaves behind a legacy of 27 books, saying, "I'm Irish. We write or drink. I do both." Her representative confirmed that she had been battling breast cancer for 23 years and that she passed away surrounded by her family.


The actress and her husband Alan appeared on "FOX & Friends" in 2017, where they expressed their deep love for each other and revealed that they had never spent a night apart during their marriage.

Somers had previously been diagnosed with cancer twice before, battling skin cancer in her 30s and breast cancer in her 50s. She revealed in July that her breast cancer had returned. Aside from her acting career, Somers was well known for her promotion of the "ThighMaster" in 1990s infomercials. She mentioned in a recent interview that the device helped keep her physically fit and she used it for various exercises.

The actress expressed her gratitude for her role as Chrissy Snow on "Three's Company," but also shared her feelings of "hurt and anger" at how her run on the show ended. She had a successful career, constantly taking action in various areas of her life, including her health and cancer battle.