Charles Siebert, the M*A*S*H spin-off star passed away at the age of 84. The demise was reported by his daughter, Gillian Bozanic. His death was confirmed on the website of 6th Street Playhouse in Santa Rosa, California. He succumbed to Pneumonia caused by the Covid virus. He took his last breath at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center, on May 1.
Charles Siebert’s Television Appearance
Siebert impressed everyone with his performances on stage and on television. He appeared on various TV shows, taking from the 1950s to the late 1990s. He also gave in his contribution to directing several episodes. Xena: Warrior Princess, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Murder, She Wrote, Dallas, Matlock; daytime soaps like As The World Turns, One Life to Live, and The Love Boat, are many of his popular shows.
The Actors’ Contribution to Films and Plays
He also appeared in films like Coma, Blue Sunshine, And Justice for All, and The Other Side of Midnight. He is best known for the role of Dr. Stanley Riverside II in the M*A*S*H spinoff Trapper John, MD, in the year 1979. He made his part in plays like A Christmas Carol, Red, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, and Death of a Salesman.
Artistic Directors Jared Sakren and Craig A. Miller remember him as, “Anyone who had the honor and pleasure of sharing the stage with him knows that simply watching him work was a Masterclass in itself: pure heart, fiery passion, terrifying truth, and fearlessness – all on display, every moment he was out there. He was not only a consummate artist, he was a mentor to those who worked with him.”
The actor was born on March 9, 1938, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. After studying at Milwaukee’s Marquette University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, he began his career in the 1950s.
Siebert is now survived by his second wife Kristine Leroux Siebert, daughter Gillian Bozanic, son Christopher, stepdaughter Kristina Harvey, stepsons Max Leroux and Jeremy Leroux, and other extended families. He was a lovely personality and was very dedicated to his work. He would stay in our hearts forever.