Virginia Leith, the star of Stanley Kubrick’s first film “Fear and Desire,” has died on the age of 94.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Leith died at her dwelling in Palm Springs, California on Nov. Four after a quick sickness.
Kubrick’s 1953 movie served as Leith’s performing debut, although the director famously disavowed the work, at one level referring to it as a “bumbling amateur film exercise.” Leith, whose character within the warfare movie is unnamed, appeared as a younger lady killed by a soldier.
After her position in “Fear and Desire,” Leith signed as a contract participant with 20th Century Fox, happening to look in “On the Threshold of Space,” “Violent Saturday,” “A Kiss Before Dying” and “Toward the Unknown.”
She performed the lead position in Joseph Green’s “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” because the spouse of a mad scientist who devises a way to maintain her severed head alive after what ought to have been a deadly automobile accident.
Her TV credit embody one-off components on “The Millionaire,” “Great Ghost Tales,” “Baretta” and “Starsky and Hutch.”
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