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At 79 years old, Karen Grassle from ‘Little House On The Prairie’ still looks stunning

Watching the legendary television show “Little House on the Prairie” was a perfect pleasure watching; the show drew millions of admirers worldwide.

The legendary program, which aired from 1974 to 1983, was based on Laura Ingalls Wilder’s best-selling children’s books and depicted the lives of the Ingalls family in the 1800s Walnut Grove, Minnesota.

Karen Grassle played the family’s mother, or Ma as she is called to admirers across the world, and became an American treasure who is still acting at the age of 79.

Caroline Lake Quiner Ingalls is likely her most well-known portrayal, yet she appears to vanish from our screens after portraying one of the most famous American mothers in television history.

The California-born actress left our screens but not acting; she reverted to her first love, Broadway, which she discovered while studying acting in London.

After graduating from the University of California, she moved to London to study at the famed Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Karen commented, That was one of the most thrilling learning experiences of her life: the school was wonderful, and they could travel to the theater in London and watch the top performers and performances in the English language.

She auditioned for a movie part she didn’t receive but went on to audition for “Little House on the Prairie” and earned one of the most legendary roles in television history at the age of 32.

Despite the fact that the program ended in 1983, Karen departed in 1982, and despite producers’ attempts to continue with just the Ingalls kids, “Little House on the Prairie” was finally discontinued.

Karen, who turned 79 on February 25 this year, returned to her first love, Broadway, after she departed. After appearing on stage in Kentucky, Boston, and New York City, she founded her own theatrical company.

She returned to our screens in 1994 in the film Wyatt Earp, starring Kevin Costner, after appearing in stage classics such as “Cabaret” and “Driving Miss Daisy.”

She took a risk at 75 years old and starred in the horror film Lasso, which she was uncertain about at first.

Ultimately her kids convinced her to do it and she will enjoy it.

Karen Grassle has been cast in the film Not To Forget, which is about a Kentucky grandmother with Alzheimer’s and her young grandson. The film was scheduled to be released in 2021.

I’m pleased this talented actress is still alive and well, and I can’t wait to see what she accomplishes next!

Please forward this to any Little House on the Prairie enthusiasts you know.

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