Eileen Saki, known for her work as bar owner Rosie on “M*A*S*H,” has passed away at 79.

Family stated that Eileen passed away Monday in Los Angeles, following a battle with cancer.

Fans remember Eileen as Rosie on several episodes of the Korean War-era sitcom. She was the owner of the self-titled “Rosie’s Bar,” a local spot for G.I.’s to take a load off. Eileen took over as Rosie following 2 previous actresses.

Some might also remember Eileen as Dr. Fujimoto from 1984’s “Splash” with Tom Hanks and she also had roles in “CHiPs” and Mel Brooks’ “History of the World: Part I.”

Eileen’s career spanned decades, as she most recently had an appearance a few months ago in an ad for Uber Eats, getting some help crossing the street from L.A. Rams’ defensive tackle, Aaron Donald.

Eileen’s survived by her husband, Bob Borgen.


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