Hollywood set decorator MARGARET GOLDSMITH has lost her battle with ovarian cancer. She was 55.
Goldsmith, who helped style films including After Dark, My Sweet and Drugstore Cowboy, died in Los Angeles on 11 August (10).
She got her start in music video production, working on promos such as Janet Jackson's Nasty, and moved on to film set dressing in the mid-1980s.
Her other movie credits include 1987's Less than Zero and Stephen Gyllenhaal's 1993 drama A Dangerous Woman, starring the director's son and daughter Jake and Maggie.
Later in life, Goldsmith pursued a career in real estate.
She is survived by her husband of 23 years, cinematographer Mark Plummer and two sons.
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