American actresses died in Acute kidney injury

Here are 2 famous actresses from United States of America died in Acute kidney injury:

Veronica Lake

Veronica Lake (November 14, 1922 Brooklyn-July 7, 1973 Burlington) a.k.a. Constance Frances Marie Ockelman, Constance Frances Marie Ockleman, Constance Keane, Connie Keane or The Peek-a-boo Girl was an American actor and pin-up girl. She had four children, Elaine Detlie, William Detlie, Andre Michael De Toth III and Diana De Toth.

Veronica Lake began her acting career in the early 1940s and quickly became one of Hollywood's most popular leading ladies. She was known for her trademark hairstyle, the "peek-a-boo" look, where her blonde hair would drape over one eye. Some of her most famous films include "Sullivan's Travels" (1941), "This Gun for Hire" (1942), and "The Blue Dahlia" (1946). However, her career began to decline in the 1950s due to personal struggles and a perceived difficult attitude on set. Later in life, Lake struggled with alcoholism and financial troubles, eventually passing away from hepatitis and acute renal failure at the age of 50. Despite her difficulties, she remains a beloved Hollywood icon and her unique style continues to be celebrated to this day.

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Maudie Prickett

Maudie Prickett (October 25, 1914 Portland-April 14, 1976 Pasadena) also known as Maude Prickett, Maude Merrie Doyle or Maud Prickett was an American actor.

She began her career in the 1940s with small roles in films such as "The Invisible Woman" and "Dangerous Blondes". In the 1950s, she transitioned to television and became a popular character actor, appearing in shows like "The Beverly Hillbillies", "Bewitched", and "The Dick Van Dyke Show". She is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Rosie, the telephone operator, on "Hazel". On the big screen, she appeared in films such as "Paris When It Sizzles" and "The Shakiest Gun in the West". Prickett continued to work steadily up until her death in 1976 at the age of 61.

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