Actress and model Joyce Ingalls died at age 65 on Aug. 5. A rep for her husband, Emmy-nominated producer Darrell Fetty, confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
A cause of death was not released, but the family asked that donations be made to the Little Brown Church, where Ingalls and Ferry were married and worked with a homeless ministry, and to the Cancer Support Center in L.A.’s Sherman Oaks neighborhood.
Ingalls, who is best known for her role as a prostitute in 1978’s Paradise Alley alongside Sylvester Stallone, also appeared in 1975’s The Man Who Would Not Die, 1983’s Deadly Force, and 1998’s Lethal Weapon 4.
Her husband was nominated for an Emmy in 2012 as a producer on the History Channel miniseries Hatfields & McCoys.
The pair married in 1984. She is survived by Fetty, their sons Derek and Tyler, her mother JoAnn, and her eight brothers and sisters.
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