Belgian actresses died as a result of Cancer

Here are 2 famous actresses from Belgium died in Cancer:

Jacqueline Harpman

Jacqueline Harpman (July 5, 1929 Etterbeek-May 24, 2012 Brussels) was a Belgian writer, actor and psychoanalyst.

She was born into a Jewish family and spent part of World War II in hiding. Harpman studied Germanic philology in Brussels and later went on to earn a Doctorate Degree in Psychoanalysis from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She was a practicing psychoanalyst for several years while also pursuing a successful writing career.

Harpman wrote over a dozen novels, several plays, and essays on literature and psychoanalysis. Her work frequently explored themes of identity, gender, and sexuality. She was awarded numerous literary prizes, including the Prix Médicis in 1996 for her novel "Orlanda". Harpman was also a professor of French literature at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, and later a visiting professor at several universities in the U.S. and Canada.

In addition to her writing and academic work, Harpman was a successful actress, appearing in films and theater productions throughout her career. She was also an active feminist and advocate for women's rights.

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Madeleine Ozeray

Madeleine Ozeray (September 13, 1908 Bouillon-March 29, 1989 Paris) also known as Catherine Elizabeth Mary, Magdalene Ozeray, Magdelaine Ozeray, Magdeleine Marie Catherine Elisabeth Ozeray or Catherine Elizabeth Mary Magdalene Ozeray was a Belgian actor.

She started her acting career on stage in Belgium before moving to France in the 1930s to pursue her career in film. Ozeray appeared in over 70 films throughout her career, working with prominent directors such as Jean Renoir and Marcel Pagnol. Some of her notable films include "Boudu Saved from Drowning" (1932), "La Chienne" (1931) and "Grand Illusion" (1937). During the Second World War, Ozeray worked with the French resistance and continued her acting career after the war. She was known for her versatility and ability to depict both dramatic and comedic roles with ease. Ozeray remained active in films until the 1970s and was regarded as one of the most talented actors of her time.

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