American music stars died in Cervical cancer

Here are 3 famous musicians from United States of America died in Cervical cancer:

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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Puff Johnson

Puff Johnson (December 10, 1972 Detroit-June 24, 2013) a.k.a. Ewanya Johnson or Johnson, Puff was an American musician and songwriter.

Her discography includes: Over and Over, Forever More and Miracle.

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Little Eva

Little Eva (June 29, 1943 Belhaven-April 10, 2003 Kinston) otherwise known as Litte Eva or Eva Narcissus Boyd was an American singer.

Her discography includes: The Locomotion, The Original, Let's Turkey Trot / Down Home, Llllloco-Motion, The Dimension Dolls and Lllllittle Eva!: The Complete Dimension Recordings. Her related genres: Dance-pop, Pop music and Rhythm and blues.

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