By Laura Wagner
August 10, 2018
R.I.P., MEG RANDALL (August 1, 1926 – July 20, 2018), movie and TV actress of the 1940s and '50s best known for her three appearances in the Ma and Pa Kettle series as Richard Long's girlfriend and then wife. In the '40s, she was billed as Gene Roberts. No obits but it was announced by her daughter:
“Sorry to break the bad news to everyone today but Jean Roberts a.k.a. Meg Randall Passed away on Friday night. I was going to say a lot about her but I’m just not up to it yet. I was also going to mention certain people on Facebook that meant so much to her but I knew I would leave someone out and decided not to. Jean has been sick for months and barely able to speak. Believe it or not there was a humorous moment in all of this! When after days of not speaking the only thing she said was “Where is Charles Roberts?” Although she never met him He entertained her for years on Facebook! I never thought someone her age would be able to do Facebook like she did! Thank you everybody so much for Having fun with her it brightened her life so much.” – Kristin Punt
RANDALL, Meg (Genevieve Roberts)
Clinton, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
Meg Randall’s western – actress:
Last of the Badmen – 1957 (Lila)