Famous actresses died as a result of Old age

Here are 3 famous actresses from the world died in Old age:

Doris Singleton

Doris Singleton (September 28, 1919 New York City-June 26, 2012 Los Angeles) also known as Dorthea Singleton or Dorthea "Doris" Singleton was an American actor.

She started her acting career in radio shows and landed her first on-screen appearance in the film "Andy Hardy's Double Life" in 1942. However, she is best known for her role as Carolyn Appleby in the famous TV series "I Love Lucy". She appeared in ten episodes of the show, often as Lucy's busybody neighbor or friend. Singleton continued acting in various TV shows and movies throughout her career, including "The Munsters", "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "Gidget". She was also a known philanthropist and supported several charities, including the City of Hope and the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Singleton passed away in 2012 due to complications from surgery.

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Franziska Liebing

Franziska Liebing (February 6, 1901 Ersnäs-August 4, 1989 Munich) a.k.a. Franziska Liebig was a German actor.

She appeared in over 70 films in her career, including the classic German film "Münchhausen" in 1943. She began her career on stage and made her film debut in 1928 in "Washing Day". Liebing worked with renowned directors such as Fritz Lang and Max Ophüls. She also had significant success on stage, performing in productions at the Berlin State Opera and the Deutsches Theater in Berlin. After World War II, Liebing continued to work in the German film industry, appearing in popular films such as "The Captain from Köpenick" and "The Marriage of Figaro". She was recognized for her contributions to German cinema and was awarded the Filmband in Gold by the German Film Awards in 1982.

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Maureen Toal

Maureen Toal (September 7, 1930 Fairview, Dublin-August 24, 2012 Dublin) was an Irish actor. She had one child, Colm O'Shea.

Maureen Toal was considered as one of Ireland's leading actresses, having had an extensive career spanning over 60 years in theatre, film, and television. She began her career as a member of the Abbey Theatre in Dublin in the 1950s and went on to perform in many of its productions. In addition to her work on stage, Toal appeared in several films, including "The Quare Fellow," "Puckoon," and "Far and Away." On television, she was best known for her role as Teasy McDaid in the long-running RTÉ soap opera, "Glenroe." Toal was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Irish Film and Television Academy in 2008. She passed away in August 2012 at the age of 81.

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