American actresses died in Aortic aneurysm

Here are 2 famous actresses from United States of America died in Aortic aneurysm:

Betty Garrett

Betty Garrett (May 23, 1919 Saint Joseph-February 12, 2011 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Garrett, Betty was an American actor, comedian, singer and dancer. Her children are called Andrew Parks and Garrett Parks.

Betty Garrett began her career in the 1940s, appearing in Broadway musicals such as "Call Me Mister" and "Of Thee I Sing". She went on to star in several movies, including "On the Town" and "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" alongside Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly. In the 1950s, Garrett starred in the television series "All in the Family", "The Loretta Young Show", and "The Betty Garrett Show". She continued to act in both film and television throughout the 80s and 90s. Additionally, Garrett was an active member of the Communist Party USA in the 1940s and was later blacklisted during the McCarthy era. She fought against the blacklist and ultimately returned to performing. Garrett also wrote an autobiography titled "Betty Garrett and Other Songs: A Life on Stage and Screen".

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Nobu McCarthy

Nobu McCarthy (November 13, 1934 Ottawa-April 6, 2002 Londrina) a.k.a. Nobu Atsumi or Nobu Atsumi McCarthy was an American model, actor and theatre director. She had two children, Marlon McCarthy and Serena McCarthy.

Nobu McCarthy was born to an Irish-American mother and a Japanese father, making her a multiracial talent in the entertainment industry. She began her career as a model and later transitioned into acting, starring in both film and television. Some of her notable performances include her role as Tom Hanks' mother in the film "The Green Mile" and her recurring role on the TV series "The John Larroquette Show."

Aside from her on-screen work, McCarthy was also an accomplished theatre director. She co-founded and served as artistic director of the East West Players, one of the oldest and most influential Asian American theatre companies in the United States.

McCarthy was also a strong advocate for Asian American representation in the media and entertainment industry. She played an instrumental role in the formation of several Asian American theatre and arts organizations, including the Asian American Theatre Company and the Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment.

Despite passing away in 2002, McCarthy's legacy continues to inspire and influence generations of Asian American actors, directors, and artists.

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