TV Actress, Broadway Star Dies from Respiratory Complications at Age 79

September 20, 2017Sep 20, 2017

The theater community is mourning the loss of a major Broadway artist. Judy Parker Gaudio has just recently passed away.

Judy was 79 at the time of her passing. According to reports, she died from respiratory complications on Thursday.

Judy was born and raised in Michigan. She grew up to find the arts and had featured roles in a number of television shows, including Batman, Bonanza, and My Three Sons. Additionally, her work in commercials included United Airlines, and a wide variety of hair products such as Breck, Halo, Prell and Lilt Home Permanent, according to one report.

One of her more notable accomplishments came when she wrote songs for the hit classic, “Jersey Boys” on Broadway. Among her most well-known songs are "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" and "Who Loves You," which was recorded by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, according to Broadway World.

Please join us in praying for Judy’s family during this difficult time. We ask for God’s peace to surround them as they remember their beloved friend and family member.

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