Lynn Kellogg died after contracting the coronavirus, according to The Daily Caller.
Kellogg, 77, contracted the virus at a theater in Branson. supposedly there were a ton of people who were not wearing any masks.
According to a story from the New York Times, her husband John Simpers, said she had been infected at a recent gathering in a large theater in Branson. “Most of the people there were not wearing masks,” Simpers told the Times.https://t.co/r88FQj0fMN
— KX News (@KXMB) November 16, 2020
Kellogg had Leukemia and therefore had a compromised vascular system.
Kellogg died at the hospital.
From The Daily Caller:
“Hair” ran for four years at the Biltmore Theater. Kellogg played Sheila in the show, who had a pretty big role. “Easy to Be Hard” is her claim to fame from the Broadway show.
Kellogg also appeared on television.
She made her debut in “The Edge of Night” in 1964. Kellogg also appeared on episodes of “The Beverly Hillbillies,” “It Takes a Thief” and “Mission: Impossible.” She had a supporting role in the western “Charro!” in 1969 alongside Elvis Presley.