American actresses died in Disease

Here are 3 famous actresses from United States of America died in Disease:

Audrey Long

Audrey Long (April 14, 1922 Orlando-September 19, 2014 London) was an American actor.

She began her career as a model before transitioning to acting in the late 1940s. Audrey Long appeared in over 30 films throughout her career, including "Born to Kill" (1947), "Desperate" (1947), and "The House on Telegraph Hill" (1951). She also acted in several television shows, including "Studio One in Hollywood" and "The Loretta Young Show". In addition to her acting career, Long was a skilled painter and produced a collection of artwork throughout her lifetime. She retired from acting in the mid-1950s and moved to Europe with her husband, where she continued to paint and produce artwork until her passing in 2014.

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Mona Freeman

Mona Freeman (June 9, 1926 Baltimore-May 23, 2014 Beverly Hills) also known as Monica Freeman or Monica Elizabeth Freeman was an American actor and model. She had two children, Monie Ellis and Mona Freeman.

Freeman began her career as a model, signing with Paramount Pictures at the age of 18. She made her acting debut in 1944 in the film "Till We Meet Again" and went on to appear in over 30 films throughout her career. Some of her notable films include "Dear Ruth", "Dear Brat", and "Angel Face". Freeman also had a successful television career, appearing in shows such as "The Untouchables" and "77 Sunset Strip". In addition to her acting work, Freeman was also a philanthropist and worked with organizations such as the March of Dimes and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. She passed away at the age of 88 from undisclosed causes.

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Ruth Duccini

Ruth Duccini (July 23, 1918 Rush City-January 16, 2014 Las Vegas) also known as Ruth L. Robinson was an American actor.

She is best known for her role as a Munchkin villager in the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz". Standing at just 4 feet tall, her small stature made her a perfect fit for the role. After the success of the film, Duccini continued to work as a "midget performer" in various stage productions and circuses. In 2007, she was one of the last surviving Munchkins from "The Wizard of Oz" and was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Duccini passed away in 2014 at the age of 95.

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