Actress Miliza Milo has passed away, aged 91.
The veteran entertainer died of natural causes on 6 February (14) in Sedona, Arizona.
Milo is best known for her role as a salesperson who assists James Stewart's character in the Alfred Hitchcock classic Vertigo. She also played a slave in the 1956 Bible epic The Ten Commandments, and appeared on the small screen in such Tv shows as Hawaii Five-O, Three's Company, All in the Family and Good Times.
Milo also served as a Navy Wave (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) during World War Ii, and in the late 1990s she was elected as the first female commander of the American Legion's Post 43 in Hollywood.
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