One of America’s favorite TV actresses, Dawn Wells, who played Mary Ann Summers on CBS' “Gilligan’s Island,” died Wednesday after contracting COVID-19. She was 82.

While there isn’t much information about the details of her death and fight with the coronavirus, her publicist, Harlan Boll, confirmed her death to CNN.

The sitcom “Gilligan’s Island,” was popular in the 1960s and went on for three seasons. Viewers watched as seven people climb aboard a charter boat to go on a tour and end up getting stranded on an island. Wells played the country girl role.

Wells not only had a role on the sitcom, but she also was featured in over 150 different series playing various roles, appeared in many movies and even made it on Broadway, according to Deadline.

She was also a teacher, a journalist, a motivational speaker, a chairwoman for foundations and ran “Film Actors Boot Camp” for a few years. Wells spent much of her life in Reno, Nevada.

Before her big debut on “Gilligan’s Island,” she participated in the Miss America pageant and was crowned Miss Nevada in 1959.

Many fans took to social media to remember one of their favorite actresses and to give their condolences.

As for others, they aren’t buying the COVID-19 complication reason for death.

Tina Louise, who played her “arch-nemesis” on the show, Ginger, is the only cast member still alive after Wells’s death.

She’s only survived by Weslee Wells, her stepsister.

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