Actress and producer Gail Kobe, who was behind the camera for more than 200 episodes of "The Bold and the Beautiful," has died.
KCBS reports Kobe died Thursday, Aug. 1 in Michigan. Her age has been listed as 82 and 84 years old in varying reports. A cause of death has not yet been revealed.
Kobe's first big-screen appearance came in Cecil B. DeMille's 1956 epic, "The Ten Commandments." From there, she went on to have roles in "Maverick," "Perry Mason," "Twilight Zone," "Dr. Kildare," "Bewitched" and "Gunsmoke," according to her IMDb profile.
Some of her most notable work was in production. She produced 210 episodes of famed soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful" as well as multiple episodes of "Guiding Light."
Deadline.com reports that for the past two years she resided at the Motion Picture Television Fund Home.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article mistakenly referred to "Perry Mason" as "Perry Madison." A correction has been made.