American movie stars died at 30

Here are 5 famous actresses from United States of America died at 30:

Lisa Lopes

Lisa Lopes (May 27, 1971 Philadelphia-April 25, 2002 La Ceiba) a.k.a. Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Left Eye, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopez, Lopes, Lisa "Left Eye", Lisa Nicole Lopes, L. Lopez, N.I.N.A. or N.I.N.A was an American singer, songwriter, actor, singer-songwriter, musician, rapper and dancer. She had two children, Snow Lopes and Jamal Lopes.

She died in traffic collision.

Lisa Lopes rose to fame as a member of the R&B group TLC, alongside Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas. TLC became one of the best-selling girl groups in history, with hits like "Waterfalls," "No Scrubs," and "Creep." Lopes was known for her distinctive rapping style and her flamboyant personality, which earned her the nickname "Left Eye."

In addition to her work with TLC, Lopes also had a successful solo career, releasing the album "Supernova" in 2001. She was also involved in various philanthropic projects, including a youth mentoring program called Camp Lopes, which she founded in Honduras.

Tragically, Lisa Lopes died in a car accident in Honduras at the age of 30. She was in the country working on her music career and also involved in various humanitarian projects. Her death was a shock to fans around the world, and she is remembered as a talented and innovative artist who left an indelible mark on the music industry.

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Mary Thurman

Mary Thurman (April 27, 1895 Richfield-December 22, 1925 New York City) also known as Mary Christiansen was an American actor.

She died caused by pneumonia.

Mary Thurman was known for her work in silent films during the 1910s and 1920s. She began her career working as a model and later transitioned to acting in films. Thurman was signed by the Vitagraph Company in 1916 and appeared in a number of films with them. She later switched to Universal Studios and appeared in a number of successful films, including "The Phantom of the Opera". Thurman was also known for her comedic roles and starred alongside Harold Lloyd in "Number Please?" and "From Hand to Mouth". Despite her success in the film industry, Thurman's career was cut short when she passed away at the young age of 30 due to pneumonia.

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Sidney Fox

Sidney Fox (December 10, 1911 New York City-November 15, 1942 Hollywood) otherwise known as Sidney Leiffer, Sydney Fox, S. Leifer, Sidney Liefer or Sidney Fox Beahan was an American actor.

Fox began her acting career on the stage, appearing in productions on and off Broadway in the 1920s and '30s. She made her film debut in 1931 and quickly rose to prominence, becoming a leading lady in Hollywood films in the early 1930s. She appeared in over a dozen films, including "Murders in the Rue Morgue" (1932) and "She Wanted a Millionaire" (1932).

However, by the mid-1930s, Fox became disenchanted with Hollywood and the direction of her career. She retired from acting in 1937, moved to London, and eventually returned to New York where she focused on stage work.

Tragically, Fox's life was cut short when she committed suicide in 1942 at the age of 30. Despite her relatively brief career, Fox remains a notable figure in Hollywood history and is remembered for her captivating performances on screen.

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Michelle Thomas

Michelle Thomas (September 23, 1968 Boston-December 22, 1998 Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) was an American actor.

She died in stomach cancer.

Michelle Thomas is best known for her role as Justine Phillips on the popular sitcom "Family Matters" in the 1990s. Prior to her role on "Family Matters," she appeared on several other television shows, including "The Cosby Show" and "A Different World." Additionally, she had a small role in the film "Dream Date."

Aside from her acting career, Thomas was also a talented singer and songwriter. She performed in nightclubs and recorded a demo tape with the hopes of securing a record deal.

Thomas was diagnosed with stomach cancer at the young age of 29 and underwent several surgeries and rounds of chemotherapy. Despite her fight, she passed away just a few months shy of her 31st birthday. Her death was a great loss to the entertainment industry and her fans.

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Nicole DeHuff

Nicole DeHuff (January 6, 1975 Antlers-February 16, 2005 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Nicole Renee DeHuff, Nicole Dehuff or Nicole De Huff was an American actor.

She died in pneumonia.

DeHuff was best known for her roles in movies like "Meet the Parents" (2000), "Unbeatable Harold" (2006), and "Suspect Zero" (2004). She started her career as a model before transitioning to acting. After studying acting in New York, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career and landed her first role in the film "Meet the Parents". She also appeared in guest roles on various TV shows such as "CSI: Miami" and "Without a Trace". DeHuff was married to Ari Palitz and they had one child together. After her death in 2005, her family established a foundation in her name to support the arts, education, and healthcare.

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