Sally Struthers Then
When Sally Struthers portrayed Gloria Stivic, the daughter of Edith and Archie Bunker in Norman Lear’s pioneering sitcom All in the Family, she won over American hearts. She was not expecting to get the part since it has initially been offered to Candice Azarra, who portrayed Gloria in the pilot episode. Candice was quickly scrapped to make room for Sally. Gloria Struthers was noted for her blonde pigtails and stubborn demeanor while coping with her overbearing father. Sally’s life was smooth sailing from then on, when she rose to become one of America’s most famous television personalities.
Sally Struthers Now
It’s unrealistic to anticipate the years to be generous to everyone, but Sally hasn’t let her age deter her from functioning. She’s been a longtime supporter of the Christian Children’s Fund (now ChildFund), which helps hungry and impoverished children in developing countries. She also starred as Dolly in the 50th-anniversary production of Hello, Dolly! in 2014. In episodes about a hungry boy called “Starvin’ Marvin,” Struthers was satirized twice on South Park. The humor centers on Struthers’ overconsumption compared to her efforts to support those who are hungry, implying that she is hoarding food. She was reportedly upset by the characterization, something we can understand. Ignore the naysayers and keep doing your best self, Sally.