Canadian actresses who deceased at age 64

Here are 3 famous actresses from Canada died at 64:

Selma Diamond

Selma Diamond (August 6, 1920 London-May 13, 1985 Los Angeles) was a Canadian actor, screenwriter and comedian.

She died in lung cancer.

Diamond is best known for her role as Selma Hacker in the 1970s sitcom "Night Court". Prior to her on-screen acting career, she was a comedy writer, having written for many famous comedians of the 1950s and 1960s, including Sid Caesar and Red Skelton. She even served as the head writer for "The Jackie Gleason Show" for a brief time. In addition to her work in television, Diamond had a successful career as a stand-up comedian and performed at various clubs across the US. She continued to work in television until her death in 1985, with her last on-screen role being in the sitcom "It's a Living".

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Pauline Garon

Pauline Garon (September 9, 1900 Montreal-August 30, 1965 San Bernardino) a.k.a. Marie Pauline Garon was a Canadian actor.

She died caused by neurological disorder.

Garon began her acting career in vaudeville before transitioning to silent films in the 1920s. She appeared in over 40 films throughout her career, including "Big News" (1929) and "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1932). Garon also worked as a stunt double for actress Clara Bow. She briefly retired from acting in the mid-1930s but returned to the industry for a few more roles before retiring for good in 1944. Garon was married to film director and producer William Wyler for a brief period in the early 1930s.

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Babz Chula

Babz Chula (March 22, 1946 Springfield-May 7, 2010 Vancouver) also known as Babs Chula, Barbara Ellen Zuckerman, Barb Chula, Babs Chulla or Babs Shula was a Canadian actor.

She died in cancer.

Babz Chula was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, but later moved to Canada where she made a name for herself in the arts community. She was a beloved and influential figure in the Canadian film and television industry, known for her talent, vibrant personality, and dedication to her craft. Chula appeared in a variety of TV shows and films, including "The X-Files", "Smallville", and "The Butterfly Effect", among many others. She was also a co-founder of the East Vancouver-based theater company, the Purple Grotto Society, which was known for producing original works and giving a platform to emerging artists. Despite her diagnosis with cancer, Chula continued to work and inspire others until her passing in 2010. She is remembered fondly by her colleagues and fans alike for her infectious spirit, generosity, and talent.

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