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The death of Natalie Wood remains unsolved as she had a mysterious death on 29 th November on as her dead body was found on 29 th November morning almost one mile away from the boat on which she along with her husband Robert Wagner, her co-star Christopher Walken and Dennis Davern traveled the previous night. She died of drowning and in her autopsy report, the alcohol was found in her blood and she had bruises on her body and arms as well. At the age of 4, she started her acting career and appeared in the film Happy Land. After that, she continued to appear in several films and gained success.
By Olivia Fleming. Working since the age of four, she had received three Academy Award nominations before she was 25 years old and continued to star in some of Hollywood's most revered films until her sudden death at age COM has released candid outtake pictures of the Oscar-nominated actress - many of which never made it into the magazine half a century ago. Scroll down for video. PhotographerBill Ray, who captured her for several weeks in , told Life. She was divine to look at, and to photograph. Her mother, Maria, had dreamed of becoming an actress or ballet dancer herself, and transferred those ambitions onto her daughter taking her to the movies as often as she could because they were unable to afford acting classes. The actress once said: 'My mother used to tell me that the cameraman who pointed his lens out at the audience at the end of the Paramount newsreel was taking my picture.