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-'''Ava Lavinia Gardner''' ([[December 24]], [[1922]] – [[January 25]], [[1990]]) was an [[Academy Award]]-nominated [[United States|American]] screen [[actress]] who worked on film and television. She is listed as one of the [[American Film Institute]]'s [[AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars|greatest stars of all time]].{{GFDL}}+'''Ava Lavinia Gardner''' ([[December 24]], [[1922]] – [[January 25]], [[1990]]) was an [[Academy Award]]-nominated [[United States|American]] screen [[actress]] who worked on film and television, known for performances in such films as ''[[The Killers (1946 film)|The Killers]]''.{{GFDL}}

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Ava Lavinia Gardner (December 24, 1922January 25, 1990) was an Academy Award-nominated American screen actress who worked on film and television, known for performances in such films as The Killers.



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