Janet Landgard Cause of Death, Age, Bio, Husband, Children, The Swimmer Costar
Janet Landgard Cause of Death, Age, Bio, and Career
Janet Landgard, known for her roles in “The Donna Reed Show” and “The Swimmer,” passed away at the age of 75 after battling brain cancer. Actor Paul Petersen, her co-star from “The Donna Reed Show,” announced her death on Facebook.
Petersen reminisced about their time working together and praised Janet’s beauty, both inside and out. He mentioned that she never disclosed the gravity of her illness. Petersen described her as the best TV girlfriend his character, Jeff Stone, ever had on the show.
Janet Landgard was born on December 2, 1947, in Pasadena, California. She began her career as a model at the William Adrian Modeling Agency and made her television debut while still in high school with a role on “The Donna Reed Show.” She first appeared in the show’s fifth season as a character named Sabrina and later returned to portray Jeff’s girlfriend, Karen, in 11 episodes.
In 1968, Landgard appeared alongside Burt Lancaster in “The Swimmer.” Her film credits also include “Land Raiders” (1969) and “Moonchild” (1972).
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Janet Landgard’s death marks the end of an era, but her work in the entertainment industry will always be remembered. Our thoughts are with her family and loved ones during this difficult time.
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