Canadian actresses who died due to Traffic collision

Here are 2 famous actresses from Canada died in Traffic collision:

Jaclyn Linetsky

Jaclyn Linetsky (January 8, 1986 Montreal-September 8, 2003 Saint-C├ęsaire, Quebec) also known as Jaclyn Michelle Linetsky was a Canadian actor.

Linetsky rose to prominence at a young age, with her breakthrough role being that of Megan O'Connor in the popular Canadian children's television series "15/Love". She also appeared in several other television shows and movies, including "Arthur", "The Little Lulu Show", and "Caillou". In addition to her acting career, Linetsky was also a talented singer and was pursuing a music career at the time of her tragic death in a car accident at the age of 17. Linetsky's death was mourned by her fans and colleagues in the entertainment industry, and her legacy continues to be remembered by those who were touched by her talent and spirit.

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Marjorie White

Marjorie White (July 22, 1904 Winnipeg-August 21, 1935 Hollywood) also known as Marjorie Ann Guthrie was a Canadian actor.

At the age of 16, Marjorie left Canada for Hollywood in pursuit of an acting career. She quickly gained popularity as a comedic supporting player in numerous films, often playing the role of the witty friend or sidekick. Some of her notable films include "The Show of Shows" (1929), "The Love Parade" (1929), and "Hold Everything" (1930). In addition to acting in films, Marjorie also worked on stage productions and performed in vaudeville.

Despite her success, Marjorie's career was cut short when she passed away from a heart condition at the young age of 31. She was married to actor Charles Ruggles at the time of her death.

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