Here are 16 famous actresses from the world died at 48:
Wendy O. Williams (May 28, 1949 Webster-April 6, 1998 Storrs) also known as Wendy Orlean Williams, Wendy Williams, W.o.W., Wendy Orleans Williams or Williams, Wendy O. was an American singer, musician and actor.
She died in suicide.
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Eve Meyer (December 13, 1928 Griffin-March 27, 1977 Tenerife) otherwise known as Evelyn Eugene Turner or Eve Turner was an American nude glamour model and actor.
She died in aviation accident or incident.
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Alice Pearce (October 16, 1917 New York City-March 3, 1966 Hollywood) also known as Alicia Pearce or Alicia “Alice” Pearce was an American singer and actor.
She died caused by ovarian cancer.
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Barbara Loden (July 8, 1932 Marion-September 5, 1980 New York City) was an American film director and actor. She had three children, Marco Joachim, Leo Kazan and Marco Kazan.
She died in breast cancer.
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Clara Ward (April 21, 1924 Philadelphia-January 16, 1973 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Ward, Clara was an American singer, actor and music arranger.
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Grace Moore (December 5, 1898 Del Rio-January 26, 1947 Copenhagen) also known as Willie Grace Moore, Mary Willie Grace Moore, Miss Grace Moore or The Tennessee Nightingale was an American singer and actor.
She died as a result of aviation accident or incident.
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Gwen Guthrie (July 9, 1950 Okemah-February 3, 1999 Orange) also known as Guthrie, Gwen, Gwendolyn Guthrie or G. Guthrie was an American singer, songwriter, singer-songwriter and actor.
She died caused by uterine cancer.
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Trixie Smith (April 5, 1895 Atlanta-September 21, 1943 New York City) also known as Smith, Trixie was an American singer and actor.
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Whitney Houston (August 9, 1963 Newark-February 11, 2012 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Whitney Elizabeth Houston, Houston, Whitney, The Prom Queen of Soul, Nippy or The Voice was an American record producer, singer, model, songwriter, film producer, actor, musician, artist and music artist. Her children are called Bobbi Kristina Brown and Bobbi Kristina Brown.
She died caused by cocaine overdose.
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Carol White (April 1, 1943 Hammersmith-September 16, 1991 Miami) also known as Carole Joan White was a British actor. She had two children, Sean King and Steve King.
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Cleo Moore (October 31, 1924 Baton Rouge-October 25, 1973 Inglewood) also known as Cleouna Moore, Queen of the B Movie Bad Girls or Queen of the B-movie Film Noir was an American actor.
She died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Fanny Davenport (April 10, 1850 London-September 26, 1898 Duxbury) a.k.a. Fanny Lily Gipsy Davenport or Fannie Davenport was an American actor.
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Florence Lawrence (January 2, 1890 Hamilton-December 28, 1938 Beverly Hills) also known as Florence Annie Bridgwood, Queen of the Screen, Biograph Girl, The First Movie Star, The Imp Girl, The Girl of a Thousand Faces, Baby Flo, the Child Wonder, The Biograph Girl or Baby Flo, the Child Wonder Whistler was a Canadian actor, inventor and child actor.
She died in suicide.
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Maggie McNamara (June 18, 1929 New York City-February 18, 1978 New York City) also known as Marguerite McNamara or Marguerite "Maggie" McNamara was an American model, actor and scribe.
She died caused by drug overdose.
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Marion Aye (April 5, 1903 Chicago-July 21, 1951 Hollywood) was an American actor.
She died in suicide.
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Mitzi Green (October 22, 1920 The Bronx-May 24, 1969 Huntington Beach) also known as Elizabeth Keno, Mitze Green or Little Mitzi was an American actor.
She died in cancer.
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