Michaela McEnany, who starred in I Am Cait, died Sunday at her home in Tustin, Calif., her rep said.

She was 64.

The cause was complications from the birth of her first child, McEnas said in a statement.

She had been battling Alzheimer’s disease.

She is survived by her husband, Michael J. McEnan, and their two children, Daniel and Chloe.

McEntany, born to Holocaust survivors in Brooklyn in 1939, has a son, Ryan, from her first marriage to Michael J McEnanya.

She has four grandchildren, and her two daughters, Brooke and Jena, are now married.

She has appeared in films such as The Devil Wears Prada, and the TV series Jane.

Her most recent film, the thriller The Devil’s Advocate, was released in April.

The series followed the trials and tribulations of the former wife of FBI profiler Dan Houser.

It was the first time McEntanya had played a woman in a TV drama.

In April, she was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Carrie Bradshaw in the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory.

Her most recent credits include The Good Wife and the CBS series The Good Place.

McEnterany was also nominated for a Golden Globe for Out of the Actors Hall of Fame in 2017.

In January, she also won a Bafta for Outstander Achievement in an Outstanding Actress in TV Drama Series.

Her final series of work was the 2017 Netflix series The People v.

O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.

Read more about Caitlyn Jenner in Entertainment Weekly: “I am Cait” star Caitlyn McEnaney dies at home in CaliforniaThe actor who was Caitlyn’s mom and the first transgender character on a major network series died at her Los Angeles home, her rep confirmed Sunday.

She died Sunday afternoon, her reps said.

McEntany was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1939.

She starred in the 1941 movie The DevilWears PrADA.

She then went on to star in a handful of films, including The Great Dictator, The Good Fight, and The Good Woman.

She returned to Hollywood as an actress in 1993.

She played the role of Carrie in The Good Girl, a role she said she enjoyed.

At the age of 14, McEntan attended the Beverly Hills High School prom, where she wore a dress, which she later regretted.

“After that, I just wanted to look like a girl,” she said in the memoir The Little Lady, which came out in 2016.

As a teen, McCona said she got a boyfriend.

After graduating from college, McENTAN moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting.

She began her career on a short-lived television series in the late 1980s, but ended up getting cast in more major television series before her final appearance as Carrie Bradshaws mom on The Good Girls Club.

McENTANY has also appeared in movies such as Good Girl Gone Bad and The Dictators.

She received a Golden Glove nomination for Outshining the Diversity of Women.

On the set of The Good Guys, Mcentany played the lead character, a former boxer named Jack, and in 2015 she became the first trans woman to play a major role in a major television drama series.

The cast also included Kate Mara, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Laverne Cox.

While in L.A., McENTany also worked on The Last Jedi.