Former MGM legal exec Maria C. Angeletti died July 12 of lung cancer. She was 70.
Born near Dublin, Ireland, she moved to Los Angeles as a child and then attended University College, Dublin. She worked on films in Italy before returning to Los Angeles, where she went to work for MGM and became a paralegal.
Angeletti later returned to school and obtained a law degree, becoming associate counsel at MGM. She rose to the position of Sr. VP of Corporate Affairs and Assistant Secretary before retiring from a 30 year career at MGM in 2000.
She is survived by her son Kevin.
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