Argentine actresses who deceased at age 70

Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died at 70:

Martita Hunt

Martita Hunt (January 30, 1899 Buenos Aires-June 13, 1969 Hampstead) was an Argentine actor.

She died as a result of asthma.

Martita Hunt was best known for her work in British stage and film productions. Her most notable performance was as the eccentric and reclusive Miss Havisham in David Lean's film adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" (1946). She also appeared in other films such as "Anastasia" (1956) and "Becket" (1964).

Hunt began her acting career in the 1920s and made her way to London in the 1930s where she performed on stage in various productions. She became a prominent actress in the West End theatre scene and had successful runs in productions of "Peter Pan," "The Importance of Being Earnest," and "The Heiress."

Hunt was recognized for her talent and contributions to British theatre and was honored with a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1951. She remained active in the entertainment industry until her death in 1969.

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Susana Campos

Susana Campos (August 31, 1934 Buenos Aires-October 16, 2004 Buenos Aires) also known as Susana Campos Ovalle or Evelyn Therens was an Argentine actor. She had three children, Javier Sola, María Morena Carrié and Roxana Berco.

She died in brain tumor.

During her career, Susana Campos acted in a variety of films and television shows. Some of her notable performances include "El empecinado" (1945), "La pecadora" (1956) and "Perdón, brutal" (1968). She was a versatile actress, capable of portraying a wide range of roles with great skill. Her performances were praised for their depth, nuance and emotional resonance. She was admired by both audiences and critics alike for her contributions to Argentine cinema and television. Despite her untimely death due to a brain tumor, her legacy continues to inspire and influence younger generations of actors and performers in Argentina.

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