Scoey Mitchell Cause Of Death: How Did Scoey Mitchell Die? What Happened To Scoey Mitchell? All you need to know about the death cause of the actor.
Scoey Mitchell, sometimes credited as Scoey Mitchell, has passed away.
He was an American actor, writer and TV director known for frequent appearances on 1970s game shows, including Match Game and Tattletales.
He starred in the short-lived series Barefoot in the Park and had a recurring role on Rhoda.
Mitchell also created two short-lived NBC TV series, Me and Mrs. C and 13 East. He appeared as Richard Pryor’s father in the film Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling.
Scoey Mitchell Cause Of Death: How Did Scoey Mitchell Die?
Scoey Mitchell died on March 19, 2022, at the age of 92, in a long-term health care facility in Torrance, California, of kidney failure.
“He had a very successful and colorful career during the 70s and 80s as an actor, writer, and film director.
“He sacrificed much in the struggle to get Blacks behind the camera, into production, and into positions that are taken for granted today. It’s important to remember those few that opened up the doors for so many!” Scoey’s brother penned.
Mitchell died just one week after his 92nd birthday. He was born on March 12, 1930, in Newburgh, New York, United States.