Actress Joyce Randolph, known for her role as Trixie, Ed Norton's wife, has passed away at the age of 99.

Randolph was the sole surviving protagonist of the sitcom from the 1950s, alongside Jackie Gleason and Audrey Meadows.

The show featured Ralph Kramden, a bus driver from Brooklyn, Audrey Meadows as his witty spouse, and Art Carney and Randolph as their neighbouring couple, Ed and Trixie Norton.

The show featured Ralph Kramden, a bus driver from Brooklyn, Audrey Meadows as his witty spouse, and Art Carney and Randolph as their neighbouring couple, Ed and Trixie Norton.

 Randolph began her career in 1950 with a role in the Broadway production of "Ladies Night in a Turkish Bath."

She was known as the'most murdered girl' on television and was often referred to as the'most murdered girl' on television.

Randolph and Audrey Meadows had collaborated in a summer-stock production of No, No, Nanette the previous year.

 Randolph had the least amount of tasks or responsibilities among the four primary characters, but enjoyed any production with a dialogue consisting of more than six or seven lines.

She was married to marketing executive Richard Charles from 1955 until his death in 1997.