Elizabeth Montgomery, the mischievous witch with the nasal twitch who brought her enchanting whimsy into America's living rooms for eight years, died Thursday morning.
The star of "Bewitched," who later forsook her single-dimensional character and became one of the best known and diverse actors in made-for-TV movies, was 57, according to her family, but several film anthologies list her birth year as 1933.
She died after a long struggle with cancer, said her agent and spokesman Howard Bragman.
With her when she died at home in Beverly Hills was her husband, actor Robert Foxworth, and her three children from a previous marriage.
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