American actresses died in Liver disease

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

Hope Emerson

Hope Emerson (October 29, 1897 Hawarden-April 25, 1960 Hollywood) was an American actor and vaudeville performer.

She began her career as a vaudeville performer in the 1920s and later moved on to Broadway productions. In the 1940s, she transitioned to film and appeared in over 30 movies. She was known for her imposing height of 6'2" and her stern, no-nonsense demeanor, which led to her often being cast as tough, authoritarian women. Emerson was also an accomplished writer and composer, and wrote several books and songs throughout her career. She was active in political and social causes, supporting the Civil Rights movement and advocating for better working conditions for actors.

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Barbara Nichols

Barbara Nichols (December 10, 1928 Queens-October 5, 1976 Hollywood) also known as Barbara Marie Nickerauer, barbara_nichols or Barbara Nickerauer was an American actor.

She began her career as a model before transitioning into acting in the 1950s. She appeared in numerous films and television shows throughout her career and was known for her sultry, blonde bombshell persona. Some of her most notable film credits include "Sweet Smell of Success" (1957), "Pal Joey" (1957), and "The Pajama Game" (1957). She also appeared in several popular television series such as "The Twilight Zone," "The Beverly Hillbillies," and "Batman." Despite her success in Hollywood, Nichols struggled with alcoholism and died at the age of 47 due to liver disease.

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Candice Rialson

Candice Rialson (December 18, 1951 Santa Monica-March 31, 2006 Palmdale) otherwise known as Candice Ann Rialson or Candy Rialson was an American actor.

She first gained recognition for her role in the 1975 film, "Chatterbox!" where she played a woman with a talking vagina. Rialson then went on to appear in several other exploitation films such as "Hollywood Boulevard" (1976) and "Cinderella" (1977). Despite her success in these films, Rialson struggled to break into more mainstream roles and ultimately retired from acting in 1981. She later tragically passed away at the young age of 54.

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