Fran Drescher Cousin Paula passed away: Cause of death Explained


Fran Drescher Cousin Paula passed away: Cause of death Explained


Fran Drescher one of the famous American actresses whose cousin Paula passed away while resting in bed on Friday afternoon. Let’s see Paula’s cause of death.

Fran Drescher Cousin Paula’s cause of death

According to Fran Drescher’s official FaceBook post, it was confirmed that her cousin Paula has passed away silently. the statement reads,

My beloved cousin Paula passed away while resting in bed on Friday afternoon. This comes as a great shock to those who love her. She was smart & funny with a giving nature and huge heart. I can’t believe how gently she slipped away. She was 62. RIP mon cousin. Paris will never be the same without you in it…


Also, no exact cause of death has been revealed till now. Once got enough information regarding her cause of death we will update this page.



Paula’s involvement in The Cancer Schmancer Movement

Cancer Schmancer’s goal is to save lives by replacing the country’s current sick care system with a genuine healthcare system. 

We do this using a three-pronged strategy. 

Avoidance of Cancer

Schmancer promotes a whole-body, forward-thinking approach to wellness. Through a variety of activities, we teach adults and children how to recognize and remove the root causes of cancer and other diseases from their daily lives.

We enlist medical experts who work and perform research in the areas of functional and integrative medicine, and we encourage individuals to look at the connections between the mind, body, and spirit as well as the connections between their health and the health of the entire planet. Let’s avoid being sick in the first place, as Fran suggests. How about that for a remedy?

Early Recognition

When detected early, the vast majority of tumors are treatable. Cancer Schmancer assists women in impoverished neighborhoods in finding free or inexpensive screening services while also providing information on self-examination and early warning symptoms.
“Catch it on arrival, 90% survival” is our mantra.

Change in the policy.

The Gynecologic Cancer Education & Awareness Act of 2007 was passed with universal support thanks in large part to Schmancer. Fran was recognized by Washingtonian Magazine as one of the Top 5 Celebrity Lobbyists.

Our most recent campaign urges customers, particularly young people, to utilize their purchasing power to influence ethical manufacturing trends. Manufacturers will stop producing dangerous items if you stop purchasing them today.


Who was Fran Drescher?

Francine Joy Drescher, an American actress, comedian, writer, activist, and union organizer, was born on September 30, 1957.

She is well-known for playing Fran Fine in the 1993–1999 television sitcom The Nanny, which she and her then-husband Peter Marc Jacobson both wrote and produced.

Drescher made her acting debut in 1977’s Saturday Night Fever, and she went on to star in 1978’s American Hot Wax and Wes Craven’s horror movie Stranger in Our House (1978).

She established a successful television career in the 1980s by making guest appearances on many series while becoming known as a humorous actress in the films Gorp (1980), The Hollywood Knights (1980), Doctor Detroit (1983), This Is Spinal Tap (1984), and UHF (1989).

She rose to greater stardom as Fran Fine in her own sitcom vehicle The Nanny in 1993. Throughout the span of the program, she received nominations for two Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress in a Comedy Television Series. Drescher played the lead roles in the comedies Living with Fran and Happily Divorced in the 2000s.  She has played a leading role in the animated Hotel Transylvania film series since 2012.

Drescher made her Broadway debut in Cinderella on February 4, 2014, playing Madame, the stepmother. She played the lead in the NBC sitcom Indebted in 2020.

On September 2, 2021, Drescher was chosen as the new president of the SAG-AFTRA union, which represents actors and other media professionals.

People’s Condolences and RIP Messages to Paula

Jeff Jancarek tweeted,

I’m so sorry to hear this news, Fran. I’ll remember your cousin in my daily Rosary this evening. Rest in heavenly peace…

Lori Kubiak Roe said,

Sending hugs, love, and prayers. Sorry for your loss

Kristen Thayer Vachon said,

So sorry Fran!! 62 is much too young. My condolences go out to you and your entire family. Hugs! 

Ludovic-Alexandre Vidal said,

We are devastated by this news… Thinking a lot about Cousin Paula… And yes Paris will never be the same without her, many good memories together… Sending love and light to her and your family.

Francesca Berube said,

My condolences but know you will never lose her. She is still with you in spirit. Look for signs. She will send you a message of love and light.

Lucy Rodriguez said,

My deepest condolences to you and all who love her.

Allison Marshall Morales said,

My condolences to you and your family. I can relate. My older sister passed away on October 17th suddenly too. She was 60. Just had her service on Friday(Veterans Day) the 11th… still in shock as well…. 

Salmatta Abiodun Ibrahim said,

My deepest condolences to you and your entire family. May the Lord grant her eternal Paradise and comfort you all with her beautiful memories 

Louise Guiliano said,

So so sad sorry for your loss Fran. But look at it this way she did not suffer, she was not afraid God took her home to his loving arms peacefully. Praying for you and your family stay strong.

Meryl Herwood Freundlich said,

Sincerest condolences, Fran, to you and your entire family on the sudden and unexpected loss of your beloved cousin, Paula. May her memory be a blessing and comfort to everyone whose lives she touched. And to paraphrase a well-known movie quote, “You’ll always have Paris.”



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