American actresses died in Lung disease

Here are 2 famous actresses from United States of America died in Lung disease:

Sada Thompson

Sada Thompson (September 27, 1927 Des Moines-May 4, 2011 Danbury) also known as Sada Carolyn Thompson was an American actor. Her child is called Liza Stewart.

Sada Thompson was born in Des Moines, Iowa and grew up in Long Beach, California. She began her acting career in theatre and appeared in various regional productions before making her Broadway debut in the 1955 production of "A Roomful of Roses". She went on to have a successful stage career with notable roles in "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds" and "Twigs".

Thompson became a familiar face on television in the 1970s with her Emmy-winning role as matriarch Kate Lawrence in the family drama series "Family". She also had recurring roles in "The Love Boat", "Matlock" and "Law & Order". Thompson was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the 1970 film "They Might Be Giants".

In addition to her acting work, Thompson was an advocate for the arts and served on the Boards of Directors for several theatre companies. She passed away in 2011 at the age of 83.

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Bibi Osterwald

Bibi Osterwald (February 3, 1918 New Brunswick-January 2, 2002 Burbank) also known as Margaret Virginia Osterwald was an American actor and voice actor. She had one child, Christopher Arndt.

Bibi Osterwald began her acting career in the 1950s on Broadway, appearing in shows such as "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and "The Music Man." She also had a recurring role on the TV series "The Doctors" in the 1960s. In the 1970s, she continued to work in theater and appeared in films such as "The Main Event" and "The Secret War of Jackie's Girls." Osterwald was also a prolific voice actor, lending her voice to the animated series "The Smurfs" and "Dungeons & Dragons." She continued to act until the early 2000s, with her last on-screen appearance being in the film "Something to Sing About" in 2000.

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