Mary Ripard

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Mary Ripard

Mary Ripard (24 June 1918 - 15 August 1990) was a Maltese actress.

Her father was a bandmaster. During WWII she worked as a wren marking enemy moves at the War Rooms. She started her stage career with the Stage Commandos, like her brother Lorrie Bellizzi. She eventually also acted with many other local companies and in international films like 'Pulp', 'Mackintosh Man', 'The Brothers', 'Shout at the Devil' and 'Christopher Colombus'. Mary was also active in social matters, especially in raising awareness on disability. She organised fund raising events for disabled persons and led political action towards the introduction of laws in favour of vulnerable people.

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