Canadian actresses who died due to Natural causes

Here are 6 famous actresses from Canada died in Natural causes:

Fay Wray

Fay Wray (September 15, 1907 Cardston-August 8, 2004 New York City) also known as Vina Fay Wray, Queen of the Bs, The Queen of Scream or Miss Fay Wray was a Canadian actor. She had three children, Robert Riskin Jr., Susan Saunders and Victoria Riskin.

Fay Wray began her career as an actress in silent films during the 1920s and moved onto appearing in talkies. She starred in over 70 films throughout her career, with her most notable role being Ann Darrow in the 1933 film "King Kong". The success of the film propelled her to stardom and solidified her status as a scream queen. She continued to act in films and television shows throughout the 1940s and 1950s before retiring from acting in the 1960s. Wray was also a published author, releasing her autobiography "On the Other Hand" in 1988. In 2004, she passed away at the age of 96 in her Manhattan home.

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Famie Kaufman

Famie Kaufman (April 11, 1924 Toronto-February 21, 2009 Mexico City) also known as Famie Kaufman 'Vitola', Famie Kaufman Vitola, Famie Kauffman 'Vitola', 'Vitola', Fanny Kaufman, Famie Kaufmann, Fanny Kauffman 'Vitola', Vitola, La Vitola or Fannie Kauffman was a Canadian actor, comedian and child singer. She had four children, Humberto Elizondo, David Reyes, Moisés King Kaufman and Abraham King Kaufman.

Famie Kaufman began her career in entertainment at a young age, winning a singing competition at the age of six. She went on to become a child star in the Yiddish theater in Toronto, performing in productions with her family members. Later in life, she transitioned to acting and comedy, becoming a popular performer in Mexico. She appeared in several films, including "La buscona" and "Crónica de un niño solo", and was a regular on the television show "Los Beverly de Peralvillo". Kaufman was known for her quick wit and humor, as well as her ability to sing and dance. She remained active in show business until her death at the age of 84.

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Kay Tremblay

Kay Tremblay (March 13, 1914 Glasgow-August 9, 2005 Stratford) also known as Kaye Tremblay or Katherine McAllister was a Canadian actor.

She was primarily known for her work in theatre and played many prominent roles in Canadian theatre productions. Tremblay was a founding member of the Stratford Festival in Ontario and acted in various plays during her time there. She also had notable roles in television and film, including appearances on the popular CBC series Road to Avonlea. In addition to her acting career, Tremblay was an accomplished teacher and taught at the National Theatre School of Canada. She was awarded the Order of Canada in 1999 for her contributions to Canadian theatre.

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Yvonne De Carlo

Yvonne De Carlo (September 1, 1922 West Point Grey-January 8, 2007 Woodland Hills) also known as Margaret Yvonne Middleton, Yvonne de Carlo, Peggy Yvonne Middleton, Yvonne DeCarlo, Peggy, Margaret, Sweetheart, Lily, The Gothic Donna Reed or Dilly was a Canadian singer, actor and pin-up girl. She had two children, Michael Morgan and Bruce Morgan.

Yvonne De Carlo is best known for her role as Lily Munster in the TV show, "The Munsters." She began her career in the 1940s as a singer and dancer in various nightclubs and eventually landed a contract with Paramount Pictures. De Carlo appeared in over 100 films throughout her career, including "Salome, Where She Danced," "Criss Cross," and "McLintock!" She was also a favorite pin-up girl during World War II and graced the cover of many magazines. In addition to her acting career, De Carlo was also a philanthropist, supporting various charities and advocating for animal rights.

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Nancy Dolman

Nancy Dolman (September 26, 1951 Toronto-August 21, 2010 Pacific Palisades) otherwise known as Nancy Jane Dolman, Nancy J. Short or Nancy Dolman Short was a Canadian actor, comedian and singer. Her children are called Katherine Elizabeth Short, Henry Short and Oliver Patrick Short.

Dolman began her career in entertainment as a backup singer for artists such as Meat Loaf and Bob Dylan. She later moved on to acting, appearing in films such as "Doctor Detroit" and "The Last Resort." However, she is perhaps best known for her work on television, particularly as part of the cast of the sketch comedy show "SCTV" where she appeared alongside her husband, Martin Short.

In addition to her work in entertainment, Dolman was also an active philanthropist, supporting a variety of causes. She was particularly dedicated to raising awareness about ovarian cancer, which she herself battled for many years before her death in 2010. After her passing, her husband established the Martin Short and Nancy Dolman Comedy Award to recognize outstanding comedic artists.

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Dona Massin

Dona Massin (February 18, 1917 Winnipeg-May 26, 2001 Culver City) a.k.a. Lucianna Thomassin was a Canadian actor.

Dona Massin began her acting career in the 1940s, appearing in a variety of films and television shows. Some of her well-known roles include that of Mrs. Esterbrook in the film "The Great White Hope" and Mrs. Barnstable in the TV series "The Donna Reed Show". She also had a successful career as a writer and producer, creating content for various TV shows and films. In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Massin was also a devoted philanthropist and involved in various charitable organizations. She passed away in 2001 at the age of 84.

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