Dr.Joyce Brothers,85, Famous Advice Columnist Dies!

Dr.Joyce Brothers has died at the age of eight five. She is a well known American Psychologist, television personality and columnist. She had written a daily newspaper and advice column from the years 1960 to 2013. She passed away on Monday, May 13,2013 in New York City from natural causes, this is according to her long-time publicist Sanford Brokaw.

She first gained her fame when she had been a winning contestant on the game show, the $64,000 Question in 1955, becoming the only woman ever to win the top prize. Then in 1958 she landed her own advice programme, the Dr. Joyce Brothers Show. She also made a few cameo appearances on the popular television shows including Charlie’s Angels, Happy Days and Frasier.

“She also wrote a monthly column in America’s Good Housekeeping magazine for almost four decades, and a syndicated newspaper column that she began writing in the 1970s, which at its height was printed in more than 300 newspapers.

She published several best-selling books, including the 1982 book, What Every Woman Should Know About Men, and the 1992 book, Widowed, inspired by the loss of her husband, Milton Brothers, who lost his battle with cancer in 1989″.

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