She was featured in 'Rockford Files,' 'Medical Center'
Bewitched,” “I Dream of Jeannie,” and “The Flying Nun.” Later she landed longer arcs in such series as “Mannix” and “Medical Center,” as Dr. Jeanne Bartlett for 15 episodes. Feature credits include 1969’s “Marlowe,” starring James Garner and Bruce Lee. For the next three decades she would appear in iconic TV shows from “MASH” to “Little House on the Prairie” and “The Waltons.” She also had yearlong arc in the soap “Days of Our Lives.” But in 1996, Camacho’s focus shifted from acting and she moved to New Mexico to build and run a hospice center, before moving to Oregon in 2001, reinventing herself as a life coach and compsign children’s music. In 2006, she released an album titled “Love Notes & Lullabies” that she self-distributed. Survivors include by a son, Chris Camacho; daughter, Gabrielle Yasenchak; and two grandchildren.
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