'Will&Grace' actor Shelley Morrison dies at 83

Actor Shelley Morrison , best known for playing the maiden of Karen Walker Rosario Salazar in Will&Grace, he's dead. She was 83 years old.

Morrison died at the Cedars Sinai Medical Center for heart failure, said her husband, the filmmaker Walter Dominguez.

The actor became popular for his performance as the Puerto Rican nun who speaks English and sister Sixto in The flying nun from 1967 to 1970.

She was tied to play Salazar in the first performance of Will&Grace, but her chemistry with Megan Mullally He clicked so well that the character appeared in 68 episodes in eight seasons of the original series.

Many of Morrison's co-actors turned to social networks to pay tribute.

Sean Hayes, who played Jack McFarland at Will&Grace, he said the team will miss the actor.

She was absolutely hilarious and had the biggest heart. She was part of our family Will and Grace and we will miss her very much. My heart is with her husband, Walter and her whole family, she wrote on Instagram.

Debra Messing also paid tribute to Morrison on Instagram.

What a waste. Shelley had a career that spanned decades, but it will always be our dear Rosie.

Mullally remembered her as a great friend and an incredible co-star.

Thank you for your friendship and association, shell. You have accomplished wonderful things in this world. We will miss you, he wrote on Twitter.