Serbian movie actresses died when they were 43

Here are 1 famous actresses from Serbia died at 43:

Margita Stefanović

Margita Stefanović (April 1, 1959 Belgrade-September 18, 2002 Belgrade) also known as Margita "Magi" Stefanović, Margita Stefanović "Magi" or Magi was a Serbian keyboard player, musician, film score composer and actor.

She died as a result of hiv/aids.

Magi was a member of the popular Yugoslav rock band Ekatarina Velika (EKV). She joined the band in 1985 and quickly became a fan-favorite for her unique keyboard playing style and on-stage energy. Aside from her work with EKV, Magi was also an accomplished film score composer. She wrote the music for several Serbian movies and TV series, including "The Elusive Summer of '68" and "Black Cats, White Cats." Throughout her career, she worked with many other popular Yugoslav musicians, including Goran Bregović, Đorđe Balašević, and Zoran Čalić. Her influence on Yugoslav rock music during the late 80s and 90s was significant and her legacy continues to inspire musicians to this day.

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