Everybody Loves Raymond star Brad Garrett was one of the many guests at the 7th Annual Television Academy Honors, and the sitcom vet stopped to talk to ET about the recent passing of TV legend Ann B. Davis, who died on Sunday, June 1, at the age of 88.
"She was amazing, and I'm sorry," Garrett said. "A good life, 88."
The 54-year-old comedy star took a moment to find the humor in the sadness, saying of the actress' Brady Bunch character Alice Nelson, "She wasn't a great housekeeper. But she was so funny. She never really did anything. She just stood in the kitchen, kind of like me on Raymond."
The actor was quick to add a heartfelt message of condolence. "We will miss you Ann."
On Saturday, May 31, Davis fell and hit her head at her home in San Antonio, Texas. She was rushed to the hospital but never regained consciousness.
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