American actresses died in Cervical cancer

Here are 4 famous actresses from United States of America died in Cervical cancer:

Colleen Dewhurst

Colleen Dewhurst (June 3, 1924 Montreal-August 22, 1991 South Salem) also known as Colleen Rose Dewhurst was an American actor and voice actor. She had two children, Campbell Scott and Alexander R. Scott.

Dewhurst had a prolific career on stage and screen. She won two Tony Awards for Best Actress in a Play for her roles in "A Moon for the Misbegotten" and "Sweet Bird of Youth." She also won four Emmy Awards for her work in television, including her role in the mini-series "Anne of Green Gables."

On screen, Dewhurst appeared in several notable films including "Annie Hall" and "The Dead Zone." She was also known for her voice work, most notably as Marilla Cuthbert in the animated series "Anne of Green Gables."

Dewhurst was known for her commanding presence and powerful voice, and was widely respected in the theater community. She passed away in 1991 at the age of 67 from cervical cancer.

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Angelique Pettyjohn

Angelique Pettyjohn (March 11, 1943 Los Angeles-February 14, 1992 Las Vegas) also known as Dorothy Lee Perrins, Angelique, Heaven St. John, Angel St. John, Angelique Pettijohn or Ms. Pettyjohn was an American pornographic film actor, model and actor.

Pettyjohn first gained notoriety with small roles in various television shows in the 1960s, including "The Beverly Hillbillies", "Star Trek" and "Batman". She also appeared in films such as "The Velvet Vampire" and "Biohazard". However, she is perhaps best known for her work in the adult film industry in the 1970s, where she appeared in over 50 films. She also posed for several men's magazines, including Playboy and Penthouse. Pettyjohn continued to work in the entertainment industry until her death in 1992 from cervical cancer.

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Kay Medford

Kay Medford (September 14, 1919 New York City-April 10, 1980 New York City) a.k.a. Margaret Kathleen O'Regan or Margaret O'Regan was an American comedian and actor.

Medford began her career as a stage actress in the 1940s, performing in Broadway productions such as "Paint Your Wagon" and "Annie Get Your Gun." She later transitioned to film and television, making her screen debut in the 1955 film "The View from Pompey's Head." Medford is perhaps best known for her role as the meddlesome mother, Mrs. Marcus, in the 1963 film "Funny Girl" opposite Barbra Streisand. She also appeared in other films such as "BUtterfield 8," "Bye Bye Birdie," and "The Iceman Cometh." On television, she had recurring roles on shows such as "The Patty Duke Show" and "All in the Family." Medford passed away in 1980 at the age of 60 in New York City.

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Yvette Wilson

Yvette Wilson (March 6, 1964 Los Angeles-June 14, 2012 Los Angeles) also known as Annie Yvette Wilson or Yvette Renee Wilson was an American comedian and actor.

She was best known for her role as Andell Wilkerson in the television series "Moesha", as well as its spin-off series "The Parkers". Wilson also appeared in various films such as "House Party 2" and "Friday". Prior to her acting career, Wilson began her career as a stand-up comedian and later went on to perform with the comedy troupe, The Groundlings. She was an advocate for health issues, particularly kidney disease, which she had been battling for years prior to her death in 2012.

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