Karina Huff, British actress and television personality, Died at 55

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Karina Huff was born on January 1, 1961, in London, and died on April 18, 2016.

She was a British actress, showgirl and television personality mainly active in Italy.

She was formally known in Italy as a showgirl in the Rai 2 variety show Signori Si Parte and as the television presenter of the Canale 5 musical program Popcorn.

After that, Karina had roles of weight in a series of successful teen comedy films, notably Carlo Vanzina’s Time for Loving, its immediate sequel Sapore di mare 2 and Vacanze di Natale.

Huff was in the main cast of the TV-series Zanzibar, in 1989.

After the breakdown of her marriage with an Italian land surveyor, Huff left show business and returned with her son to London, where she became a teacher.

Huff was diagnosed with breast cancer, from which she was believed to be in remission, in 2008.

Huff later died from the same kind of breast cancer in April 2016.

Karina Huff passed away at 55 yrs old.

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