Marcia Wallace Dies: Stars & Fans Grieve On Twitter

Sun, October 27, 2013 10:31am EST by 5 Comments
Marcia Wallace Dies
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The actress who voiced Edna Krabappel on ‘The Simpsons’ unfortunately passed away on Oct. 25 after losing a battle to pneumonia. Once the sad news broke, celebs and fans alike rushed to Twitter to mourn and send their prayers to the fallen star.

Marcia Wallace, who gave life to The Simpsons character Edna Krabappel, died at the age of 70 on Oct. 25, but it’s clear that she’s left a lasting mark on the world. After the star passed, stars like Andy Cohen and RJ MItte (Breaking Bad) took to Twitter to remember the actress, and fans joined in, tweeting their thoughts and prayers.

RJ Mitte, Andy Cohen & More: Stars Tweet About Marcia Wallace

Marcia was an integral part of The Simpsons, and before that The Bob Newhart Show, and celebrities everywhere made sure she was honored properly on Twitter:

Fans Remember Marcia Wallace

Fans also got in the act:

Marcia will truly be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time.

WATCH: Edna Krabappel Ha! Laugh Montage

– Andrew Gruttadaro

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