Martha Stewart — no, not that one — dead at 98

Martha Stewart is dead — however she’s not the one you are considering of.

Stewart, an actress who labored reverse Hollywood greats together with Humphrey Bogart and Joan Crawford, died Feb. 17 at age 98.

(*98*) passing was announced by her daughter, Colleen Shelley, in a latest Twitter submit wherein she known as her “the unique Martha Stewart” — versus the “It’s a superb factor” denizen higher recognized for hanging with BFF Snoop Dogg and swaddling her real dogs in diamonds.

“She went off peacefully surrounded by her household and cat,” Shelley wrote of her mom, who was born Martha Ruth Haworth in Bardwell, Kentucky. “She had a superb run. Fare thee nicely Mommy.”

Stewart, who was additionally a singer, made her movie debut in 1945’s “Doll Face,” an adaptation of Gypsy Rose Lee’s play of the identical identify. It additionally starred Vivian Blaine and Carmen Miranda and featured a duet between Stewart and crooner Perry Como.

In her profession, she acted alongside quite a few massive names, together with Joan Crawford, Henry Fonda and Ruth Warrick within the 1947 drama “Daisy Kenyon” and reverse legendary Humphrey Bogart within the 1950 noir thriller “In a Lonely Place.”

Stewart additionally lent her vocal abilities to the 1946 Broadway musical “Park Avenue” and in 1951 changed her “Doll Face” co-star Vivian Blaine for 4 months in “Guys and Dolls.”

(*98*) different films included 1948’s “Are You With It?” with song-and-dance-man Donald O’Connor, “Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick” starring Dinah Shore and Alan Young, and 1950’s “Convicted” with Broderick Crawford and Glenn Ford. Stewart’s last movie function was in 1964’s “Surf Party,” reverse Bobby Vinton.

She additionally made TV appearances in reveals together with “The Alfred Hitchcock Hour” and “My Three Sons.”

Stewart’s third husband, David Shelley, died in 1982. She additionally was predeceased by a son, blues guitarist David Shelley Jr., who worked with musicians together with Cher, Cheap Trick and Eddie Money and died of most cancers at age 57 in 2015.

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