Canadian actresses who deceased at age 73

Here are 3 famous actresses from Canada died at 73:

Josephine Crowell

Josephine Crowell (January 11, 1859 Nova Scotia-July 27, 1932 Amityville) also known as Mrs. Crowell, Josephine B. Crowell, Josephine Bonaparte Crowell La Croix or Josephine Boneparte Crowell was a Canadian actor.

She began her acting career on the stage in Halifax, Canada and later moved to New York City where she performed on Broadway. She made her film debut in 1912 and went on to appear in over 200 films, becoming one of the most prolific actresses in the silent film era. Crowell was often cast in supporting roles, playing the stern matriarch, the strict headmistress or the society matron. Some of her notable film roles include "The Birth of a Nation" (1915), "Intolerance" (1916), and "The Phantom Carriage" (1921). Crowell was married twice, to actor Frederick Truesdell and director Christy Cabanne. After retiring from acting, she lived in Amityville, New York until her death in 1932.

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Carla Lehmann

Carla Lehmann (February 26, 1917 Winnipeg-December 1, 1990 Berkshire) also known as Carla Hillerns Lehmann or Carla Lehman was a Canadian actor.

She began her acting career on the radio in the 1930s and later transitioned into film and television. Lehmann appeared in several movies throughout the 1940s and 1950s, including "The Iron Curtain" and "The Yellow Balloon". She also appeared on television shows such as "The Adventures of Robin Hood" and "The Saint".

In addition to acting, Lehmann was also a skilled musician and singer. She often performed in musicals on stage, including a production of "The Sound of Music" in London's West End.

Lehmann was married to actor Peter Murray-Hill for over 30 years and they had one son together. She passed away at the age of 73 in Berkshire, England.

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June Storey

June Storey (April 20, 1918 Toronto-December 18, 1991 Vista) also known as Mary June Storey was a Canadian actor and registered nurse. She had two children, Eric Bohling and Marina Ostreyko.

She died in cancer.

Storey started her acting career in the early 1930s, appearing in various stage productions. She then went on to make her film debut in 1934 in the movie "The Crime of Helen Stanley". She continued to work in films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, starring in a string of B-movies and Westerns.

In addition to her acting career, Storey was also a registered nurse and worked in the healthcare industry during World War II. She later became a businesswoman, owning and operating a successful horse ranch in California.

Throughout her career, Storey appeared in over 50 films and television shows, including the popular Western series "The Range Rider" and "The Lone Ranger". She was known for her no-nonsense attitude and her dedication to her craft.

Despite her success in the entertainment industry, Storey remained grounded and humble throughout her life. She was a beloved figure in the film community and is remembered for her talent, charm, and kindness.

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