'Honeymooners' Actress Sheila MacRae Dies At 93

Sheila MacRae was best known for starring as Alice Kramden in the 1955 remake of "The Honeymooners."

'Honeymooners' Actress Sheila MacRae Dies At 93

Actress Sheila MacRae, most famous for her role in 1955 remake of "The Honeymooners," has died. She was 93 years old. 

According to family members, MacRae was in the hospital for dementia in New Jersey and suddenly passed away after undergoing a minor surgery. (Via WSYX)

MacRae's daughter, Heather, said her mom had a great life and she was "quite a broad."

In her role on the small screen with the sitcom "The Honeymooners," MacRae played sassy Alice Kramden, the wife of a bus driver. (Via CBS / "The Honeymooners"

She's also known for having her own TV show and appearances on "I Love Lucy," "The Fashion Show," General Hospital" and more. (Via WTVJ)

Born in London, MacRae was also a Broadway actress and played in a few big screen productions. She even produced a film in 1986 called "The Perils of P.K." (Via Variety

Sheila MacRae is survived by a daughter and two sons. Plans for a funeral services are still pending.