Two And A Half Men Stars React To Conchata Ferrell's Death

Actor Conchata Ferrell, best known for her role as housekeeper Berta in Two and a Half Men, tragically passed away on Oct. 12, 2020 due to complications of cardiac arrest, as reported by People. She was 77 years old at the time of her passing. 

The award-winning Ferrell was surrounded by the love of her family members at a hospital in Sherman Oaks, Calif. at the time of her death, following an extended hospital stay. It's reported by TMZ that the Two and a Half Men star spent more than four weeks in the intensive care unit prior to her untimely death.

Fans and viewers alike are left to grieve upon learning of the tragic news of the comedic star's passing, but perhaps none more than her famous Two and Half Men co-stars, namely Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen. But how did the two opt to pay their respects to their co-star and friend? Keep reading after the jump to find out.

Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen shared their condolences via Twitter

Upon learning of co-star Conchata Ferrell's tragic passing, both Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen paid their condolences via their social media accounts on Oct. 12, 2020.

Actor Jon Cryer took to Twitter to describe Ferrell as "a beautiful human," adding that while she portrayed a character with a "gruff exterior," her "warmth and vulnerability were her real strengths." He then went on to say, "I'm crying for the woman I'll miss, and the joy she brought so many."

Notorious Hollywood bad boy, Charlie Sheen, also had some sweet words following the news of Ferrell's passing. Sheen penned in a tweet that while Ferrell's character's "housekeeping was a tad suspect," her 'people' keeping was perfect." He also described his late co-star as being "an absolute sweetheart," "a consummate pro," and "a genuine friend."

Our condolences go out to Ferrell's family and friends during this difficult time.