American actresses died in Lung Infection

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

Anita Loos

Anita Loos (April 26, 1889 Mount Shasta-August 18, 1981 New York City) also known as Nita, Buggie or Corinne Anita Loos was an American writer, screenwriter, novelist, playwright, actor, film producer and author.

Loos began her career as a writer at the age of 15, when she sold her first story to a magazine. She went on to write several novels, including "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," which was turned into a successful Broadway show and later a film starring Marilyn Monroe. Loos also wrote dozens of screenplays, working with some of the biggest stars in Hollywood, such as Douglas Fairbanks, William Powell, Jean Harlow and Claudette Colbert. Loos was known for her wit and humor, and her work often satirized the upper classes and their social conventions. She continued working in the film industry until her death in 1981 at the age of 92. Loos remains a celebrated and influential figure in American popular culture.

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Erica Andrews

Erica Andrews (September 30, 1969 Allende-March 11, 2013 Chicago) also known as Eddie Salazar, Erica Salazar, Erica Hutton or Erica Hutton Andrews was an American actor, entrepreneur, drag queen and model.

Erica Andrews was best known for her work in the drag community where she was respected for her pioneering efforts to elevate the art form. In 2004, she won the Miss Continental pageant and was inducted into the pageant's hall of fame in 2009. She also worked as an actor, appearing in the films "Another Gay Movie" and "Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives". In addition to her career in entertainment, Andrews was a successful entrepreneur who owned and operated several businesses in Texas, including a hair salon and a nightclub. Despite facing discrimination and adversity throughout her life, Andrews was a trailblazer who inspired many in the LGBTQ community. She passed away in 2013 at the age of 43 due to complications from HIV.

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