Belgian actresses who deceased in 2011

Here are 2 famous actresses from Belgium died in 2011:

Violetta Villas

Violetta Villas (June 10, 1938 Verviers-December 5, 2011 Lewin Kłodzki) also known as Czesława Maria Gospodarek, mlle. Villas, VV, Czeslawa Cieslak, Czeslawa Cieslak-Gospodarek, Czeslawa Maria Cieslak, Czesława Gospodarek, the voice of the atomic age, the singing toast of the continent, a voice like French champagne or Viola was a Belgian singer, actor, songwriter and composer. She had one child, Krzysztof Gospodarek.

Violetta Villas was born in Verviers, Belgium to Polish parents. She spent most of her childhood in France and after World War II, her family moved to Poland. At the age of 16, she won a singing contest and began performing professionally. She quickly became a popular singer and actress, known for her flamboyant and theatrical performances.

Over the course of her career, Villas released over 40 albums and performed in numerous countries including the United States, Canada, and Australia. She was particularly popular in Poland, where she was regarded as a national treasure. In addition to her music career, she also appeared in several films and television shows.

Villas was known for her unique voice and her ability to sing in many languages, including Polish, French, English, Italian, and German. She was often referred to as the "voice of the atomic age" due to her powerful vocal range.

Despite her success, Villas was also known for her struggles with addiction and mental health issues. She passed away in 2011 at the age of 73. Despite her challenges, Villas is remembered as one of Poland's greatest cultural icons and a pioneer of modern Polish pop music.

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Annie Fargé

Annie Fargé (April 15, 1934 Etterbeek-March 4, 2011 Neuilly-sur-Seine) also known as Henriette Goldfarb, Anne Farge, Annie Farge, Ann Farge or Annie Fargé was a Belgian actor. Her child is called Leslie Tabuteau.

Annie Fargé began her acting career in the 1950s, performing in French theaters and making her film debut in 1955. She became a popular actress in France, appearing in over 70 films throughout her career, including "The Shameless Old Lady" (1965), "The Leopard" (1963), and "La Grande Bouffe" (1973). She was also a talented singer and released several albums. In addition to her acting career, Fargé was active in humanitarian work, helping to establish the Association for the Aid of Hungarian Children in 1956. She was awarded both the Legion of Honour and the Order of Merit in recognition of her contributions to French culture. Annie Fargé passed away in 2011 at the age of 76.

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