Actress Lizabeth Scott has died, aged 92.

Scott passed away on 31 January (15) at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after suffering congestive heart failure.

She was known for her deep voice and glamorous looks, and her roles in a series of film noir classics.

In 1947 she starred in I Walk Alone with Burt Lancaster, and opposite Charlton Heston in Dark City in 1950, while she also boasted Humphrey Bogart, Dean Martin and Elvis Presley among her co-stars.

Her last major role was in 1972 movie Pulp opposite Sir Michael Caine and Mickey Rooney, and her career has been commemorated with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.