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Startrek's star has died from cancer

Startrek's star has died from cancer
The Hollywood star which has received a title of the most promising rising star in 1968 has died at the age of 74 years. The American actress Celesta Yarnall has died on October 7, 2018 at home in the Californian city of Uestleyk Villidzh. Deadline reports about it. Ovary cancer became a cause of death of the 74-year-old actress. For the first time the star has told about an illness in 2014. Four years she struggled with a disease. Celesta Yarnall was one of the most famous incidental actresses in 1960-70. She has played the foreman Mart Landon in the ninth episode of the second season Startrek. Also the actress has appeared in the movie A little life, it is a little love" with Elvis Presley in 1968. This role has brought to a star a title of National association of owners of theaters of the USA in the nomination the Most promising rising star. In September, 2018 the British star of "sex comedies", the actress Lise Frayzer has died. Also the Correspondent wrote that in Russia the actress Nina Doroshina has died. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our channel



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