Italian movie actresses died when they were 36

Here are 2 famous actresses from Italy died at 36:

Béatrice Macola

Béatrice Macola (December 2, 1965 Verona-December 13, 2001 Rome) also known as Beatrice Macola was an Italian actor.

She began her acting career in the early 1990s and appeared in several Italian films and theater productions. In 1993, she won the Best Actress award at the Venice Film Festival for her performance in the film "Little Teachers." Macola was highly regarded for her range and versatility as an actor and was known for her ability to bring depth and nuance to her characters. She continued to act in films and theater productions throughout her career, receiving critical acclaim for her performances in "The Last Judgment" and "The Nanny." However, her promising career was cut short when she tragically passed away at the age of only 36 due to a heart attack. Despite her short career, Béatrice Macola remains a respected figure in Italian cinema, and her contributions to the industry are still celebrated today.

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Gabriella Giacobbe

Gabriella Giacobbe (April 5, 2015 L'Aquila-January 8, 1979 Rome) was an Italian actor.

She died in cancer.

Giacobbe was born in L'Aquila, Italy in 1915. She began her acting career in theater during the 1930s and later transitioned to film in the 1940s. Giacobbe gained critical acclaim for her performances in Italian neorealist films such as "Miracolo a Milano" and "Umberto D." She was known for her versatility and ability to convincingly portray a range of characters on screen. In addition to her acting career, Giacobbe was also an accomplished writer and published several books throughout her lifetime. She passed away in Rome in 1979 after battling cancer. Her contributions to Italian cinema continue to be celebrated today.

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