South African movie actresses died in the year 1975

Here are 2 famous actresses from South Africa died in 1975:

Muriel Alexander

Muriel Alexander (November 17, 1884 Cape Town-March 1, 1975 Johannesburg) was a South African actor.

She began her career in theater before transitioning to film, and was known for her versatility in playing both comedic and dramatic roles. Alexander appeared in numerous South African films in the 1930s and 1940s, and also acted in Hollywood productions such as "The Buccaneers" (1956). She continued to act on stage even in her 80s, and was a respected figure in South African theater. In 1971, Alexander was awarded the Medal of Honor for Drama by the South African Academy of Science and Art. She passed away in Johannesburg at the age of 90.

Valerie White

Valerie White (December 26, 1915 Simon's Town-December 3, 1975 London) also known as Valerie Mary White was a South African actor.

Valerie White was born in Simon's Town, South Africa, to British parents. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and began her acting career in British theatre in the early 1940s. She appeared in several West End productions, including "The Shop at Sly Corner" and "The Late Edwina Black." White also appeared in films such as "The Woman in Question" (1950) and "The Great Game" (1953). However, she is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Alice McNeil in the popular British television series "No Hiding Place" from 1959 to 1964. In addition to acting, White was also a talented writer, publishing several novels including "A Little Learning" and "The House of Gems." She passed away in London in 1975 at the age of 59.

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