Sarah Silverman remembers her mother, who recently passed away in a sweet tribute. It is sad when someone experiences the loss of someone so close. The stand-up comedian took to hr Twitter on Monday giving a thoughtful post to her forty-four-year-old Mom Beth Ann O’Hara., who died on Monday.
“Wednesday morning my Mom died,” Silverman, 44, wrote of her mother, Beth Ann O’Hara.
“She was a know-it-all in overalls & two different colored socks. And defiantly, no bra. The woman who, when I was little, gave me detailed directions to a restaurant ladies room then secretly watched as I found my way to it on my own. The woman who went back to college at 42, and skinny dipped in ponds, and told me never to protect myself from a broken heart because it was so very worth the pain to get to experience love.”
On Friday, New Hampshire Public Radio reported O’Hara’s passing at age 73.
“O’Hara founded the New Thalian Players, with whom she produced and directed 50 plays over 25 years,” the station wrote. “She was known simply as ‘mom’ to countless aspiring Granite State actors.” Special: New Probiotic Fat Burner Takes GNC by StormO’Hara had four daughters, and they presented her with a lifetime achievement award during the 2003 New Hampshire Theater Awards. At the ceremony, Silverman honored her mother with a few jokes.
O’Hara was married Donald Silverman but divorced and she was also married to John O’Hara.
Thoughts are with her at this difficult time.