Canadian actresses who deceased at age 65

Here are 2 famous actresses from Canada died at 65:

Marie Dressler

Marie Dressler (November 9, 1868 Cobourg-July 28, 1934 Santa Barbara) otherwise known as Leila Marie Koerber was a Canadian actor.

She died in cancer.

Marie Dressler began her career in vaudeville in New York City, performing with the likes of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. She later transitioned to silent films and became a Hollywood star, winning the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1931 for her role in "Min and Bill." Dressler was known for her comedic roles, but also showed her dramatic range in films such as "Emma" and "Tugboat Annie." Despite her success, Dressler remained humble and generous, donating much of her wealth to charity. She was posthumously inducted into the Canadian Walk of Fame in 1997.

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Dorothy Patrick

Dorothy Patrick (June 3, 1921 Saint Boniface, Winnipeg-May 31, 1987 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Dorothea Davis, Dorothy Patric or Dorothy Patrick Davis was a Canadian actor and model. She had two children, Lester Lee Patrick and Terence Bowen.

She died caused by myocardial infarction.

Dorothy Patrick began her career as a model in the 1940s, appearing on the covers of magazines such as Life, Look, and Harper's Bazaar. She then made her way into acting, making her film debut in the 1945 film "The Dolly Sisters." She went on to appear in numerous other films including "Hollow Triumph" (1948), "The Asphalt Jungle" (1950), and "The Mole People" (1956).

In addition to her film work, Patrick also appeared on television, with roles in shows such as "Adventures of Superman," "Perry Mason," and "Rawhide." She was known for her beauty and versatility as an actress, with the ability to play both dramatic and comedic roles.

Patrick was also a talented singer, and released several records throughout her career. Despite her success, she never quite reached the A-list status of some of her contemporaries, but she remained a respected and admired actress throughout her career.

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