Indonesian movie actresses died in the year 1976

Here are 1 famous actresses from Indonesia died in 1976:

Jacqueline Royaards-Sandberg

Jacqueline Royaards-Sandberg (October 27, 1876 Pamekasan Regency-March 30, 1976 Amsterdam) was an Indonesian actor. She had two children, Cornelis Willem Royaards and Ben Royaards.

Jacqueline Royaards-Sandberg began her career as an actor in the theatre and later transitioned into film. She appeared in over 20 films, including the first Dutch sound film, "Willem van Oranje" (1934). She was known for her versatility as an actor, playing roles in genres ranging from comedy to drama.

Aside from her acting career, Royaards-Sandberg was also known for her work in the women's suffrage movement in the Netherlands, advocating for equal rights for women. She was a member of the Dutch Union for Women's Suffrage, and in 1919, she became the first woman to run for parliament in the Netherlands. Despite not being elected, her campaign paved the way for future women in politics.

Later in life, Royaards-Sandberg was honored for her contributions to Dutch society and women's rights. She was awarded the Order of Orange-Nassau and in 1968, a street in Amsterdam was named after her. She passed away at the age of 99 in Amsterdam.

Royaards-Sandberg's dedication to women's rights extended beyond her involvement in the suffrage movement. During World War II, she joined the Dutch resistance and used her acting skills to pass on information to the resistance. She was eventually arrested in 1944 and sent to a concentration camp, but she survived and was liberated in 1945. Her bravery during the war earned her recognition as a national hero in the Netherlands. In addition to her acting and activism, Royaards-Sandberg was also an accomplished writer, penning several books and plays throughout her life. Her legacy as a trailblazer for women's rights and her contributions to Dutch culture through her art and activism continue to be celebrated today.

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