Actress Jane Kean, best known for playing Trixie Norton alongside Jackie Gleason on his "Honeymooners" TV revival, has died at the age of 90, Closer has learned.
Kean reportedly passed on Nov. 26 at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, CA. She suffered a hemorrhagic stroke caused by a fall, reports USA Today.
The comedic actress began playing the role of Gleason's TV wife in 1966 after he restructured his hit TV show "The Honeymooners" into "The Jackie Gleason Show." The variety series ran for four seasons.
Kean went on to guest-star in TV shows such as "The Love Boat," "Dallas" and "The Facts of Life" in the '70s and '80s. Last year at the age of 89, Kean even put on a one-woman show that was a retrospective of her life's work.
She was married twice but had no children of her own. She is survived by her one stepson from her second marriage.