Emmy-nominated U.S. TV editor SHEILA AMOS has lost her battle with leukaemia, aged 63.
Amos died in her sleep on 11 July (10) at Benedictine Hospital in Kingston, New York.
She received Emmy nominations for her work on hit '90s U.S. series Cheers and Mad About You.
Her TV credits also include Cheers spin-off sitcom Frasier, starring Kelsey Grammer, and the 2005 feature film The Thing About My Folks, starring Paul Reiser and Peter Falk.
She is survived by her sister-in-law, Iris Geik, and niece, Johanna Geik.
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