Here are 11 famous musicians from United States of America died in Ovarian cancer:
Gilda Radner (June 28, 1946 Detroit-May 20, 1989 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Gilda Susan Radner was an American comedian, actor and screenwriter.
Her albums include Live From New York.
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Dinah Shore (February 29, 1916 Winchester-February 24, 1994 Beverly Hills) also known as Frances Rose Shore, Fanny or Fanny Rose Shore was an American singer, actor, presenter and tv personality. Her children are Melissa Montgomery-Hime and John David Montgomery.
Her albums include Yes Indeed! / The Fabulous Hits of Dinah Shore, The Dinah Shore Collection: Columbia and RCA Recordings 1942-1948, Written in the Stars, 'S Wonderful, 16 Most Requested Songs, A Portrait of Dinah Shore, All Time Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Best 20, Best of Dinah Shore and I Get Along Without You Very Well / I'll Be Seeing You. Genres she performed: Pop music.
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Madeline Kahn (September 29, 1942 Boston-December 3, 1999 New York City) also known as Madeline Gail Wolfson, Madeliene Kahn or Madeleine Kahn was an American actor, singer, comedian and voice actor.
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Alice Pearce (October 16, 1917 New York City-March 3, 1966 Hollywood) also known as Alicia Pearce or Alicia “Alice” Pearce was an American singer and actor.
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Laurie Beechman (April 4, 1953 Philadelphia-March 8, 1998 White Plains) also known as Laurie Hope Beechman or Beechman, Laurie was an American singer and actor.
Her albums include Time Between the Time.
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Dolly Haas (April 29, 1910 Hamburg-September 16, 1994 New York City) a.k.a. Dorothy Clara Louise Haas, Dolly or Dorothy Clara Louise "Dolly" Haas was an American singer and actor. She had one child, Nina Hirschfeld.
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Dixie Lee (November 4, 1911 Harriman-November 1, 1952 Holmby Hills) a.k.a. Wilma Winifred Wyatt, Wilma Wyatt, Dixie Carroll or Dixie Lee Crosby was an American singer, actor, dancer and showgirl. She had four children, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Phillip Crosby and Dennis Crosby.
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Jolie Christine Rickman (July 9, 1970 United States of America-January 19, 2005) was an American , .
Her albums include Sublime Detonation.
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Laura Nyro (October 18, 1947 The Bronx-April 8, 1997 Danbury) also known as Nyro, Laura was an American singer, composer, lyricist, singer-songwriter, songwriter and pianist.
Her albums include More Than a New Discovery, Eli and the Thirteenth Confession, Angel in the Dark, Christmas and the Beads of Sweat, Nested, New York Tendaberry, Spread Your Wings and Fly: Live at the Fillmore East May 30, 1971, Stoned Soul Picnic: The Best of Laura Nyro, Time and Love: The Essential Masters and Walk the Dog & Light the Light. Genres she performed: Rhythm and blues, Jazz, Pop music, Rock music, Doo-wop and Rock and roll.
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Lorraine Ellison (March 17, 1931 Philadelphia-January 31, 1983) was an American singer and songwriter.
Her most recognized albums: Stay With Me and Heart & Soul. Genres she performed: Rhythm and blues and Soul music.
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Eileen Barton (November 24, 1924 Brooklyn-June 27, 2006 West Hollywood) was an American singer.
Genres: Traditional pop music.
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