French actress Anna Bourguignon, which is more known under the name Anemon, has died on 69-m to year of life after long illness. This became known from the words of the agent Bourguignon. As noted, the actress had lung cancer.
During his career, Anemone starred in dozens of films and TV series. The popularity of the actress brought the role of employee confidence in the Comedy “Santa Claus — hell-raisers”. In 1988, Bourguignon was awarded the prize “Cesar” for his role in the film “Big road”.
Previously, we reported on the death of the legendary Soviet actress Elina Bystritskaya, who became famous for her role in the film “the Quiet don”. This was announced on April 26 the press service of the Maly theater, where Bystritskaya worked since 1958.
It is worth noting that artist died on Good Friday – the day when all Christians remember the condemnation to death, sufferings and death of Jesus Christ. Local journalists decided to find out, which could mean death in this day.
The priest told reporters: “the Date of death as date of birth, the person does not choose himself. And each measured the time. Good Friday – the most mournful day of the year. This time, when he was crucified, our Lord Jesus Christ. Care at this time, of course, special to the Christian. To die with Christ one day is with him endure all of life’s sufferings and with him to rise again. This is a very good sign.”
We will remind, earlier it was noted that on Monday, April 29, in Los Angeles died, the American Director John singleton. At the age of 51 years Director, who was in a coma, and died surrounded by the family and loved ones after turning off the life support system.
As reported by the portal “Znayu” famous canadian model and actress Stephanie Sherk has committed suicide at the age of 37 years. Currently, the details of a terrible tragedy are being specified. Actress Stefanie Sherk known to viewers of the TV series “the Bridge”.
Also “Znayu” wrote that at the age of 80 years has died the national artist of Russia, laureate of the State prize of the USSR, member of the Guild of artists of cinema and television of the Union of cinematographers Valery Filippov.